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VOL . XIV. NO. 11 8. 

QUESTION MARK A WINNER. 

SHOWS THE WAY TO GOLDEN PEARL AND 
ROBERT COOPER IN THE BAYCHE8TER. 



CII^AGO, SATURDAY, MA^\" 16, 1908. 

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Good Ones Beaten All Alon^ the Line — Gemmell 
Passes to a New Owner. 



Colonel Jaek Surprises in a Sprint Race — The Pick- 
et'B Half-Brother, Bayonet, Wins All the 
1/ Way in the Steeplechase. 



N'ew York, May l.">. It raiiiod ll•'avily all moniiii:: 
In this soclioii of llif uorl,| ainl as a nsiill llio r.oi- 
nionl I’ark Irai k uas ^ll■(•|^ wiili soft iimkI ami walcr. 
The <io\vii|H>ur <ont iniioil uiilil raoins limo ami Hie 
attemlam-o w.is tlie li;rlil.si of Hie meeliii^. Tlie 

• •onilillom of Hie Iraek liail a ilieiileil elTeel on Hie 
raelnn also. Kspeeially «as Hijs so willi Hie feature 
«'V«‘iit. Hie Ita,\ ehfster Stakes. I’.eeaiise of tile niml 
ImiHi llessiaii ami Kiallo were \\ itliilraw ii. Kill in 
tspile of Hie alisi'lie,. of Hessian Hie lUililie sliil lie 
tieveil Hiat .laek .loyiier lielil Hie w iiiiiiii;; liami witli 
liolilen I’earl. wliieli v\as iiiaile an ihMs on favorile. 
Roh**rt CiMipi'r, Hie liroHu*r lo .Moiit^oimu’y, was 
well liked, lint l.nieslion .Mark. Hie onl.v oilier 
startiT, and a maiden, went Iniek in Hie •imdalions. 

The raee resniled in a eoiiiplele siirpri-e, as 
(jneslion Mark easily proved liis sniieriority over lii> 

• if>|*oneiils. for a fnrloii); Hie horses ran well to 
Ketlier, when lloheit t'lniper he;:an lo drop awa.v 
nnd it was appari-nt that he did not liki' Hie ftoin;;, 
-\l Hie same time (^liiestion Mark hecan to draw 
awa.v from Holden I’earl. .Viler llii- lirsi ipiarter Hie 
raee was a pi'ieession. alHioni:li nnlil Hie sireieii 
w‘as reaehed Holden Hear! appeared lo he p;oin^ 
easily and aide lo overhaul Hie leaih r al any lime. 
Ilnl wiieii eaih'd on lie eoiild m‘Vi*r uain an ineli and 
Vneslion Mark won as liis rider pleased. The raee 
was not decisive of the merits of Hii' Irio, alHioiii;li 
Question .M.irk may he a horse of ooimI class. He 
w as well H ied last year hut raced disappoint iie.:h . 

I'he eondensed history of the Itayeliesler .Stakes 
slm*e P.MHi is as follows: 

Year. VYiniier. VVI. .Iia-key. Yal. Time. 
llhHi Ildrlin in;:{H'('oinior ...^I.I.Ml I;1<I3 



I.U'in I :irj 
1.:::..-. i:ini 
I.SS,'. I :|o; 
I. Mill 1 11 
1 : u; 
•_M:ir. i;."!) 
n.rjo I III 



r.t«H .Smile Ilsl.v I'nrner .. I.•,.’ln l:Hi 

Itkl'.! Namlor |o.K||;nl|nian l.::.Vi l:|ii! 

IIMU tfriKamI loi’.lfnller l.ss.', l:pi; 

1!W>4 Careless inTIKedfern fsiin 1:11 

Ittn.'i Ifnttliiif; loTILviie 1 piai i p; 

liaa; Conleni nrj|\\-. .Miihr ... •_’!i:iri I;."!) 

i:>"7 .Monti.'onier.v in.'il ICadtke H. fjo l lo 

l!*dS Question .Mark ..lo.-iic. H. Shillin;; I.STo I : |;; 

Colonel .lai-k. al If*' ;;o<m 1 lahls of |o t<, i. ;;al|oped 
awa.v with the s|irinl liandieap which he;:an Hie 
da.v's proceedings. He had never shown a faiiev 
for wci;;hl. Inil seemed favored h.v Hie .coin;; and 
fairly ran away from .VIetheno in Hie streleli. He 
is an Improved horse. 

Thomas Hileheiak. .Ir.. who. for two or lliree 
years swept Hie Imard in steepleehases. had his 
first cross eonntrv starter of the season in the 
.Imiipin;; raee. His popular ;;reen jacket w.is ear 
ried li.v lla.vonet. whieli made a show of his ojipon 
ents, whieli inelmled some smart feneers. Hayonet 
had sehiNiled hril lia nt ly. niakint: a turn of Hie 

ronr.se a few days ajpi in si.N si'eomis helter time 
than an.v lior.se had made this year. He was ridden 
hy McKinney, a new reeriiit from .New Hrieans. 
wImi made a decidedly impressive dehnt hy his e\ 
pert ridin;; ol the horse. |{a.vonel ;:ave irreat prom- 
ise at one time last season, hill turned Ideeiler and 
seeimal little like livin;; n|i to iiis promise. Should 
there !«■ no reeiirrenee of the Ideeilin;; liahit. he will 
nmlonhtedly carry .Mr. HitelieiN-k's colors to the 
front in many K'"“1 races dnriii;; the season. Kara, 
tavorile for the race, evidenil.v is md partial to 
ilee|i Koint;. as his showing was away helow his Is'st 
form. 

.lohn Madden a;;ain showed ii|i a likely pair of 
yoiniuslers in Sir Marlin and Harridan, the former 
winniim from l:ii;hl Sort, with Harriptan third. 

In the sleeideeh.is<> Aiken made a had lamliii); 
Ihrts" lenees from home and iiroke his shoulder. He 
was so hadly injured that he had to la* shot. He 
had shown K’smI form IsilU at Washinutou and I’im- 
lleo. 

The colors of Ch.irles VV. (Mark were seen for the 
first time in the elosiii); raee. Mr. Hlark’s dehnt 
on the eastern Inrf was made with ChaHlillv, which 
has heen riinniim in the interests of F. I». Weir, 
who still trains the horse. 

Snperniaii. it develops, was injured in the rnnniiiK 
of the Metro|Ndilan, Handicap. He is not tlion;:ht 
lo lie in a serious eomtition. hut may he laid up tor 
bome time. 

ANSWERS TO ftUERIES. 

.1. A. I’.. (’liieaKo. The place het on Superman 
WHS a ilraw. there heing uo separate place het ting 
against him. 

Sam i:.. Ciminnati, O. Ahout 2 p. m. at ladli 
Biifialo ami Hamillou. Cau’t say as to the luildiea- 
thins asked alaint. 

.Tidin N.._Sprinclield. III. The het Is inelmled 
In the returned, presuming that is the point 

you wish cleared ui>. 

J. H. S.. Denver. Col. The liet lost. Had Tom 
Iveeii scratched it would have lieeii a draw regard- 
less of where Jerry Unshed. 

X. Z.. Ihirt Huron. Mich. Average is the 
average of the opening and closing prices. High is 
not countml and is merely for information. 

J. S., SI. lamis. .Mo. Yoiir arilhnudie was in- 
conmt. From the yj.iHl remaining after dednet- 
Ing the commission, .von should further deduct !j;l,12.'. 
the comhined value of the show tickets sold on the 
three placed horsi's. Divide the resultant sum into 
three c<inal parts and divide each of these parts 
by the res|«etive nnmher of show tickets. To the 
result add $.■> and there you are. 

NOTES OF THE TURF. 

The four probable starters in the Whitney Mem- 
orial to he run at Helmont Dark May Iti. are T 8. 
Martin. Kara, .Sandy Creeker and John .M. D. 

Joe Madden and Edward, the f wo-vear-olds whleh 
ran second and third in the second raei- at Ihdniont 
Park Weilnt*sday, are named for Joiin E. Madden's 
two sons, Joseph and Edward. Both are good lookers 
and ran well In their first race. 

Harry Jamieson, the four -year-old son of The 
Commoner — Nitetis. formerly in the Dyment stable, 
is In the T. A. Wmids aggregation at Wovalhiue 
Park. lie has lieen made a jiimimr and was schooled 
regularly at Dufferln Park this spring. 

A promising two-year-old colt, owned by Andrew 
Albright, which died of pnoumonia, showeil remark- 
able gameness during his Illness. He had been 
named Watkins, after his trainer. Richard Watkins 
and was l>y Peep o’Day— Reve Royal. Ho stoivl on 
ills feet twenty-nine days liefore weakne.ss coni|Mdle<I 
him to give up, seeming to realiae that once down 
ther* would he no getting up. He had worked a 
gnarter in better than 23 aecooda. 



‘iMkI.iml. ('ill.. M.iy 1."i. William Walker. ;i shrewd 
judge i»f lioi'sellesh. Iionght llie er.O'k Iim-.iI sprinter 
Hi'iiimell for :<.■>, IKIO lislay. The horse was on the 
ears ready for sliipineiit to Unite. .Montana. Hie 
home of his Hii'ii owner. 11. I. Wilson, when Hie 
g.inie n-d headed horseman just meiiHtmeil decided 
lo invest every dollar of his availahle cash In secure 
a nall.v gi«>d horse ,nid reeklessl.v olTered it to the 
iins|iorlsni:inlike plnfiKrat. Hemmell, as a rai-e 
horse, belies his hsiks in the most evtraordin.iry 
vva.v and is va ry m arly Hie Is-st horse Hiat has been 
bri'd ill I 'aliforni.i during Hie Iasi decade. 

Toila.v's e:ird was goiH| and e.\eept ion illv proni 
ising on paper. Ver.v few of Hie goisl Hiiiigs nialer 
i.ali;:ed. however. The defe.-ils of .Mass.i in the 
lliinl. Heean t.ineen ami .Manret ania, J. D. .Milliii's 
entry in the l.inie PoinI liamlieap, ;iml of .Native 
Son in the elosin.g rare. s|h>II>'iI lie, ivy tinaiiei:H loss 
to the phingiilg eoiiHiigoiit. ’I'he victories of Crea 
lion at l;: to I. .Mice t'ollins al <• to 1 ami Belle 
Kinney al 20 to I were vvlioMy nm-\peetod ami vir 
Inally left the I.iy<-rs with clean sheets in Ihi-ir 
respective eases. 

.Viler p.atientl.v i|"alifying vvilli .VI. .1, 

Italy sen! him out heavily backed ami won Hie open 
iiig rai-e for Hiree year-obl maidens vvlHi ea.se. 

t'realioii. Tlionias II. Williams' IHgli prbad eoll. 
ridden in sn|M'rb fasliion l«y his light weiglil jm-kev 
• Hlberl. earned a seiisallonal vblor.v in Hie Hilrd 
race. The pi'diibil ive prbaal favorite. Massa. was 
bealeii olT. This vv:is regarded as Hie biggest njisel 
of Hio .1 fteriiiMMi. It developed, however, that Massa 
had Imcii i-nl down on Hie lirsi tnni and neeess.irily 
eliminated as a eonltnider. 

The deeepHve going en.lldecl Bariie.v SehreilsT's 
filly. .Vliei' Collins, to score over the six juveniles 
op|M>sed to her. im hiding sm-li gisid ones as ibeaii 
l.tileeii. Maiirelania and P.laiiiele-s. Two promineiil 
eligibles in Ibis r.iee. Captain .lolni ami Woodlander. 
were nnev|ieetedlv wlHidravvn. Mr. Cahill refused 
to -lari his gr.iml eoll U'eiiiise Waller Vliller s s-r 
vire- were not avail.'ibb'. ;ind W<HMlhimler wa- 
seral'lied beiaii'c lie had Hirnwii onl a splint during 
Hie foieiMK'n. 

NOMINATIONS TO THE WINDSOR STAKES. 

Tile stakes of the Highhiiid Park Jockey Clnh. to 
be r'lii ofl' in Hie eonr.-e of the Windsor iiieidiiig. 
whiili Is'gins August 'Jti and terminates Septeiiitier 
IS. tilled very well. wlHi many rerognized good 
horses among Hie enfries, the iioniinations to Hie 
live events iNdiig Hie following: 

Fionticr Stakes. I 1-8 Miles. $2,000. 

Dr. Malliews. Tlie Slia nglira nil. Terali. I’.laek Rod. 
King's Son. Aniil Rose, Lady .VIm.v. Ibnipides. Hi 
aeko. Sliind.v. Hrdono. I'inkola. .Miltord. VVesiiin 
Knight. Keep Moriiig. Wing Ting, Hramle Dane-. 
Ilanbriilge, EllieoH, Wagner Jr., linbodeii. The 
Minks. Sii|ierstitioii. Azure .M.iid, Slargnvv .in. .lohn 
Mail's. St. Valentine. Servile. IHIvedear. Vlartin 
Itovle. Chdl Turney. Peter Slirling, Charlie Hilherl. 
Hliiiinier. Kelpie. Shimom-se, Polly Prim. 

Windsor Soiling Stakes, 1 Mile, $1,500. 

Qnagga. Colonel I!oh, Priliee .Vliined. CiMinev K.. 
L. ,VI. Fekert, Terah. Petulant, Queen's Daiighier, 
Lad.v Bahliir, Kid Kinis, Biaek Uim|. .Vniit ICose, 
Lady .Vliiiy. .Vdoratien. Euripides. Hiaeko. .Vv.inii 
leer, linarda. lirdomi, Lois Cavaiiagb, Iom'S Fasl. 
.Milford, E. T. Shipp, Pl;iiil!aml. .Mortil>oy, Keep 
.Vloyiiig, la-oiiiini .hs' Ha.vman. Banagher. Koval 
-V rl i ller.v. Hraiido Dame, Cliesvvardiiie. I'rolagonisl,. 
lialhd Box. Batlimaria. Lnellle D.. Dr. Lee Hntf- 
inan. Dr. Eraiik. Bean Briiinmel, (Iraiiada. John C. 
Kiee. Thomas I'l.v er. Dnralde. Wagnor Jr.. Ilavvk- 
ania. Chief .Vlillikiii. .Viiiberita. .Vila .Mellonahl. Sn- 
perslilion. Hiles. Ena, John .Vlarrs, Black Bridge. 
Belle Seoll. Ibsira.v, Boiiehrake, Si»h>ii Shingle. 
Whisk Br<M>iii, Servile. Hilveihnir, Peter Slerling. 
Bill.v Pullman. Moiitel.'iir, (iliinmer, Denhaiii, Charlie 
Hilbert, Consistent. Posing, Nane.v, Poll.v Prim. 

Fentchartrain Selling Stakes, 3-4 Mile, $1,500. 

Mi'adovvbroeze. Colonel Bob. I'l'iiiee .Vlimed, 
CiMiiiey K.. L. .M. Eckert, Terah. Petulant. Kid Boos. 
Saldo. .Viint Rose. Lad.v Alm.v. Euripides. Hiaeko. 
P.illie Hil.hs. Trackless. Al .Vliiller, E. T. Shipp. 
Edgely. .Vmlahisia, (Inniiz, Alsatian. Bidaiiist. .Maii- 
heiiiier, Ovel.-indo, K.ival .Vriillery. Hramle Dame, 
Mollie Montrose, Trauvel, BaHimaria, Lneille D.. 
Kieliard Keed. Dr. la-e Iliilfniiin, Ko.val iin.vx, .N'ighI 
■Mist, .Vpple Tmldy. Havvkania. Chief .Millikin. .Vhn- 
eoii, Jolni C. Kiee. I.oaelio|M>ka, Oscar T., HiU'S. 
Jolm Marrs, St. Vah iiHiie. Princess laaiise. Mabl of 
Carroll, Denham, Ayr Water, Charlie liillKTt, Con- 
sistent, I’osiiig. 

Essex Handicap, 5-8 Mile. $1,500. 

.Vdvaiu'iiig. .Vtrelior. IKiroHl.v Wehh. Advance Bo.v, 
Ciiiining. Doctor Besds, HavvksHight. Havvkslight. 
Hnisc, .Mnrdella. ClailMirne, Pm-omoke, Splendida. 
Von Biieliivv, Irrigator. Herry maiider. Speight. Frieml 
Harry. Be Brief, Michael .\ngeIo. Loyal .Vlaid, Fn!- 
ford. ('has. Sanders, Istronma. .Vtarali. Slme<H*. Fiie- 
hng. Ada .Meade, T. F. Henry. Richard Reml, W. .\. 
Leaeli. Baltiek. S|K'neer Weils. Many Colors. Jim 
Fitz. T. M. Hreen, Thetis. Hephaestus, Al Bnseli, 
Hpr.ild D.. M. T. Hreene, Smitli Baker. Selvvik, Theo. 
CmA, Otsiketa. Cascade, Indian Hunter. 

Detroit Stakes, 5 1-2 Furlongs, $1,500. 

.Advancing. Verges. Dorothy Webb, Advance Bo.v. 
Wool Boy. Y.mkee Vidette. Ibihin (irej-. Guise, Cun- 
ning, Peacock’s Choice, Havvkstliglit, Alice. Mar- 
della, Claiborne, Poeomoke. Top Sergeant. Von Biie- 
lovv. Irrigator, Impasse, Hay King. Cal Zoh, Be 
Brief. I.neillo It., Ragman. lavyal .Vlaid, Ib-sperado. 
Hiild.v Hirl, Crab, Fiilford. Istronma, Atarah. Leon- 
ard. Hank, I'nele Hawk. M. C. Moore, T. F. Heiir.v, 
Itieliard Keed. Mrs. Marlon Moore. Balhek, Spencer 
Wells. Mapleton. RIIiIkiii Hirl. Thetis. Hephaestus, 
Hold litike. Al Biiseh. Herald 1)., M. T. Hreene, 
Smil'li Baker, Otsiketa. Cascade, Indiau Hunter, 
Prefix. 

ROCK SAND’S GOOD RACING SON. 



The first of the get of Mr. Belmont’s $12.'>.000 
English sire. Rm-k Sand, raced at Ep.som. Eng., 
.April 28. It was Sir John Thurshy’s brown roll. 
Coastwise, h.v Rock Sand — Sagacity, and be starteil 
for and won the Tottenham Plate of $1.0(K» as 
favorite, under D. Maher, the five furlongs in 1:00*. 

Vigilant, a goiat judge, says of the colt: "In 
sha|>e, size and I'olor he hears a strong resemblance 
to his sire, and If C/oastwise Is a fair sample of his 
stock, we have more reason than ever to regrut 
Ro<-k Sand’s exi>ortatlon to America. Sir John 

Thurshy, by the way. gave $4,000 for Coastwise as 
a foal at the sale of the late Sir James Miller's 
horses.” 

BENNETT'S EX-FARTNKR IN TROUBLE. 

Memphis. Tenn.. Ma.v 15. — .Arthur Merriiiian. a 
prominent resident of Memphis and former p.artner 
of U. C. Bennett and others in local and Arkansas 
IKXilroom and handliook interests, was arrestiHl here 
to<lay on a warrant from Arkansas charging him 
with eouneetiou with alleged "iKSslling” exposures 
incident to the last legislature. He was later re- 
lea.sed on habeas corpus proceedings before Judge 
[ Uallowsy. | 



Jem Bland and His Many Queer and Heavy Wagers 
in the Early Eighties. 

“.V .seari'ely le.ss mitahh' ‘tHMikie’ of that dale 
was Jem Ithiml, whose origin, like Hial of Kobin- 
soii, was 'wrop in mislery.’ Ib‘ and bis broHier 
Jim-, who afterward niaile a fortune of $|tMi.iHMl h.v 
rarniing Hie inriipike gates, were, I iHdieie, ori- 
giiiall.v postboys, ami then ro.se lo he liver.v sHihie 
kee|HTS in Hreal Wardoiir street. Be Hiis. however. 
.IS it ma.v, one fact is eerlaiii: Jem Bliiml was a 
well known iH-ttiiig man. at any rale, as early as 
Hie middle of Hie second decade of the last een- 
tnry. lib: aenle. rough expi-'ssions. says 'The 

I’rniil.’ sm h .is 'never e<»nued a nigh,’ and so on, 
as Well as his long nose and while, tiahb.v cheeks, 
m.'ide him a m:in of mark even before he got emingli, 
by laying all round, to set np a niansioii in Pieea- 
ilill.v." wrile.s 'I'lioi iiiaiiliy in tlie London Sportsman. 

"Bland was the noisiest and most Idataiil of the 
belling men of Id.-; lime. His ihep. strident voice 
e< nlil be heard alHive any din lie was Hie l.oaiier- 
,ges of Hie ring. He eonid neitlier reail nor write, 
tliongli his second wife so far ednealed Idni as to 
enable Idin lo sign liis name lo eln eks w ith a great 
.-prawliiig scrawl whieli was aeeepted as standing 
for '.I. Itland.' .lem never eoiild make a note of 
:i I'el; toil wlien he go( lionie tile list was read 
ever lo him. and not eoiker liimself of Hie ealen- 
laling Cliarles Baliliage could have ri-eoiinled more 
evielly what lie liad lieen doing al Hie lietting post. 
'I'lie faithinl lielpnieel alread.v alluded to, I la- 
lieve. tanglit Idiii to use a kind of hieroglypide 
shorthand in w Ideli lie IihiI, dow n l>e|s in his later 
days, and when lie got home he and Ids wife lietweeii 
Hieiii piizzied out tile ea li.'l 1 1st ie s.\ liiliols. Mr, as my 
Verksliire Irieml already ipmied would have put it, 
'Ik .simhii in Ids 'e.-oi.' 

"Some of .leiii I'.lailil's lietting »i\ploits liave lie 
eome milorions: for exainole, it is still remein 

liered how in tlie long, ii.irrow room of Hie Salnia 
lion ,it Doiii'a--:i'r. wideli was Hie belling mart until 
|S2i;. on Hie eve of Hie ,s:i. Leger of I S‘_’2 lie deliv- 
ered ids porteiiloiis ofler of 'a liimdred to yonr 
w a Ik iiig-.-l iek against Tlie'aloi e.’ ami liow Mr. 
W.vville aerept'd Ho' wager. .Vs ever.ione knows, 
tlie di'Spi.sed Tiled lore, against whieli $2..-><H» to $'2.‘i 
had lieon laid Hie previous .Saturday, ridden h.v John 
.laiksoii. eaine in winner of Hie SI. Leger. to the 
intense snrpriia' ami ehagrin of Ids owner. Mr. Petre. 
w!io had paid Mr. W.vville .i Ihhiiis lo take his la-t- 
ling Imok oiT Ids hands. 

".ViioHier odd wager of Jeiiiiii.v’s. but a more sni'- 
< |•s^fnl one. was his laying Mr. Ferguson. Hie owner 
111 .Viitonio. $.‘at I'ven Hiat lie I'onldii’t whistle when 
Hie SI. Legi-r horses eaine in. .Mr. Ferguson ae- 
eordiiigl.v eoiiimeiieed when Ihe.v were al Hie dist- 
aiiee. and right loud and shrill was the mde. ‘Nay.’ 
sahl Hie crafty layer. 'Hion must only whistle when 

I tell lliee'; ami as they swept past, with Viilotdo 
in front of VVrangler at his girllis. the signal was 
given, hilt the Im kv owner eonid only make a blow 

of il. 

"Perhaps .lem Bland’s greatest eoiip was in the 
SI. Leger of isgd. when lie landed n|iwards of $L'ai.- 
iiixv over Lord Searboroiigh's Tarrarre, on whieli 
Heorge .N'el.son won Ids first and onl.v '.Sellinger.' 

II was a most sensational rare. The winner starlet! 
al 2.-> to I. iiml. witli the exeepHoii of Ids noltle 
ttwiier, no one ajipearetl lo luive given him credit 
for iMissessiiig Hie ghi»st of a elianee. Snilan. Hie 
favorite 'Croekv's widle nose.’ as Hie.v ealled him 

liMil lirokeii down Hie Saturday liefore Hie race. 
Me etiiild liardl.v lie got into .Mr. Mimvc's staldi* al 
I'lclie Vne, and .some few w lio sltMitl lieaviest on liim 
raced off in elaiises. witli lirilM'il drivers, to reaeti 
Sliellield anil Not I iiigliam la-fore Hie new s and try 
to save a little of their money. 

".VnoHii-r great year of .leniniy’s was that of 
Hie fanioiis l‘leid|a>teniar.v se.-ind:il. 'I’lenipo,' as he 
was ealleil for short. Iiail won the Derliy of 18.". 1 In 
a eanler, and was wiHiont ipiestioii far away the 
best horse of his year. He was. of eoiirse, made a 
hot favorile for tlie St. Leger. whieli seemed liter- 
ally al his iiiere.v. He started with .-> to 1 on him, 
ami was novvlien-. That Hie liitrst- had Iwen ‘got at’ 
no one eonid doiiht. Twti days hefori- Ihe race 
•Plenipo.’ was as fit as hands eonhl make him — 
'liglit ami lionniliiig as Dnveniay or Taglioni.’ .Vt 
Hie starting imst lie was 'gross and lielpless as 
Jack FalstafT or Daniel Lamhert.’ .VIr. Batson, the 
owner of Pleid|w>tenliary. was snspt-eted of having 
heen in etmiplieit.v with .K-in Blninl eii this <M-ensinii. 
hnl no proof was ever adtlneetl against either, am! 
Hie iny.stery of ‘l’leiii|M>.’s’ St. Leger is still un- 
.-ol veiL 

"Two years later even the astute Jemiii.v was 
e.’iiiglit al last, and it is .saiil lie ilrop|>eil $4iNi.lioo 
on SIdlli'Iagli. The Duke of Cleveland, the Jesuit 
of the turf, us Ids eonlemporaries dnhhed him. was 
more Ilian a mateli even for Hie craftiest 'Legs.' 
He vowetl lie woiilil some da.v lirenk the ring, anil 
lie ver.v nearly did in tliat year. It was a soleiiiii 
warning to Jeniniy Blund. and he did not troiilde 
Hie raee course nineli after lie ‘dropiied his sugar’ 
on Sliilielagli. tlioiigli Hiat contretemps did not eom- 
idi-tely kii-M'k him out of time. He died a riea 
man. after all. though notliiiig like so wealthy as 
he expected to la- at ids death. 

“.An even greater eelehrit.v of the hotting ring 
than either of these was William Cris-kford — ‘Mid 
Crm-ky.’ ‘Tlie Father of Hell and Hazard’ — who 
hegiin life as a hnmide little fishmonger under tin- 
shadow of Tenipio Bar and died proprietor of ‘Croek- 
foril’s Club.’ in St. .lames’ Street, the most niagni 
lieent ga lidding palace In Hie world. It is protialdy 
as a hell-kee|ier Hiat Old Croeky is now best re- 
memltered. but in his da.v he was not less celebrated 
on Hie turf than at the gaining table. 

“Mf till- ring men, Croekforil was tlie first to make 
himself eoiispieiioiis. a head and shoulders alsive his 
associates in iK-neiliiig Hie odds. Indeed, lie ma.v 
have lieeii taken to liave heen the prototype of ail 
Hie great turf s|K‘enlators since liis day- of siieli 
men us Davis, the first ‘la-viathan,’ of Mr. Jack- 
son, of Fairfield, and others of the same kidne.v. 
Many an eye followed ‘Old Crm-k.v’ with envy as 
lie drove on the einir.se or aliaig tiie streets in his 
giH-geoiis eliariot. paiKled with down and silks, with 
the iwwvdered flunkeys liehiiid: and man.v an impe- 
enniouH geiitlenian, as he looked at Croekford’s inag- 
nifleent town mansion, as large as .Apsley House, 
or thought of bis noble eountr.v seat at Newmarket, 
felt that there must l»e something wrong in a world 
wliieh (-oiild lavish all its luxuries upon a low-liorn 
si-IIer of fish, which had simply his luck to eommeuil 
him. 

"Strange to say. the turf, which was the founda- 
tion of ‘Old Croeky’s’ fortunes, was also the cause 
of his death. He retired from the hell-keeping in 
1840. having pretty well cleanwl the fus4>ionahle 
world out of all its ready money, and then he went 
in heavily for racing. But the ‘Legs’ of the turf 
were too many for him. and they fairly killed him 
over the Ratan business. In the famous Running 
Rein year, ‘‘Old Croeky’ owned one of the finest 
race horses ever seen. Ratan. whleh had won the 
Criterion Stakes In the previous year with such 
eoni*uuiniate ease that he was served up a hot 
favorite for the Derby. From that moment Croeky 
never had a moment’s peace. Treachery surrounded 
him on every side, and he knew It. Dark hints and 
mysterious warnings reaehed him by every post. The 
favorite was iloomeil, he was told, and he had better 
throw in his fortnue with those who had laid against 
the horse. But the old man would not bend or 

(Continued on second pageTx ’ • 



SOME EXCITING FINISHES. 



SEVERAL OF THE RACES AT LOUISVILLE WON 
BY INCHES IN THE FINAL STRIDES. 



King's Daughter Wins from Great Pirate Through 
Faulty Riding on the Latter — McAllister 
Lands the Steeplechase. 



Louisville. Ky.. Ma.v l.'i. — Tmlay’s iirdinar.v card 
was priNliii-tive of heller sport than had been iintiel- 
paled. several of Hie finishes hi-ing close eiunigh 
to s.Hisfy Hie most exaetlng. 

T. C. .\Ii-DowelFs King’s Daughter and W. .1. 
Aoimg’s Great Pirate, ImiHi starting in Hie third 
race, al seven fnrhiiigs, pul up a slni.ggle near the 
fiiiisli Hial aroused Hie spectators t<> a liigh pitcli of 
ciiHiiisiasiii. Great Pirate was making bis first 
slai'l of Hie .vear and slieweil great speed in pace- 
making for Hiree-ipiarters, and had liis opixMients 
thornnglily lieatin. hnl his rider. E. Marlin, heeame 
e.ireless near Hie einl and King's DangUter, eonilng 
along witli a surprising hurst of s|M-ed, nailed him 
in time to get Hie deeision. Great Pirate wa.s 
clearly ties! as Hie raee was run. and witli a more 
alert rider would liave won liy a good margin. 

Tin- sleepb-elnise over Ihe long course, the first 
mil at this niecting over Hie dislanee, Kas a spirited 
alTair. resiilling finally in victory for .Me.Allister 
over Waterway and I'lass Leader. Tlie Corrigan 
reresen la live put up the liesi race of liis career. He 
followed the speed.v and promising green jnnip*'r. 
Don .lolly, at a fast gait over Hie first Inilf doweii 
obstacles and. shaking him off, dis|Hised of .MiHingold 
and eaine awa.v from Waterway in the slreteh inn. 
.MiHingold would have hee<i a sharp factor at Hie 
finish lull for a had Idiinder Hial caused him to fall 
al the I'lsl obstacle. Piller and Ralph Ree.se also 
came to grief in the race Init none of Hie riders was 
seriously injured. 

The closing race found Warner Griswell. St. A’al- 
entine and Ps-aii Briimniel heads apart at the end. 
Tlie trio contested the purse in close order through- 
out an.l were put lo a liard drive in the stret.'h. 
Ill addition to winning the steepleelnise, E. Corri- 
gan gained a purse with his Elizatieth Harwixul 
in Hie fifth race. .She liad to he mueh the best of 
the iKiiid of .voiiiigsters that started, for the nin- 
iiiiig was repleiH willi crowding which at times 
threatened to cause half of the field to go down 
ill a lieap. 

.Spioii showed a return to good form hy taking 
Ihe ineasnre of a fair timid of snrinters in the see- 
ond. Estella C.'s failure to finish among the placed 
horses eaiis»-d eonsiderable adverse eommeiit. 

Silverado broke from Hn- maiden ranks hy coming 
witli a nisli Hirongli Hie last furlong and wearing 
Teddy Bear down ill tin- last stride. 

Don .lolly would have Ih-cii a iiiiieh sharper factor 
in Hie sleepleehasi' hut for having his saihlle slip 
when approaching Hie last two jumps. This eansed 
Ids rider to take him out of eon fen I ion. The Gerst 
jiim|H-r gives promise of developing into a cracker- 
jaek. 

Fred Foisyllie, who relnrned yesterday from New 
York, inainlaiiis Hial his High Private is Hie su- 
|H-rior of .Moiilgoinery and Fonniainblne. He also 
elainis Hiiif in Bon Homme he lias a goisl colt 
that will he heard from. 

ENDURANCE BY RIGHT IS DEAD. 

The dealh of Endiiraiiee liy Uiglit at H. P. Whit- 
ney’s ItriHikilale Farm is mmoiineed. This famoii.s 
mare died while foaling a colt hy Ilanilnirg. and 
was the dam of Stamina, h.v Nastiirtiiim, and Right 
Guard and The Lame Duck, h.v Hainlnirg. While 
The Lame Duck has never started. Right Guard is 
found aniong Hie Wliitiiev entries to the Doneasler, 
St. Leger of l!Mis, and all of the big stakes for two- 
year-olds of this year. Staniina earned distinction 
as a raei-r last year, earning |'2!>, 2*'i.'i. Inehiding 
amiHig her vielories the second part of the Doiitde 
Event at Slieepsliead Ba.v. the first half of the ITo- 
diiee Slakes at Brighton Beach, and Ihe .Matron 
Stakes at Belmont Park. Sla- ran second to Colin 
in Hie Champagne Stakes at Belmont Park last Mc- 
lolier. when the renowned son of Commando est.a- 
hlislied a new record for tlie stake, of 1:23 for seven- 
ejgliHis of a mile. 

Eiidiiraiice h.v Right was a ha.v mare h.v Ins|iector 
B. -Early Morn, and was fiKiled in l'8:>tl. Her 
owner, (hiring most of the first and only year she 
was seen on the tiirf was .1. AV. Schorr, who sold 
her to the late W. C. Wliitne.v for a reported priee 
of $;!.A.IKM'i. .As a two-year old Endurance h.v Bight 
showed racing ipialities whieli stam|H-d her a re- 
markahle fill.v. She made eighteen starts, winning 
sixteen of them and finishing third in two. Tin 
only time H-.-it slie did not win an im-portant event 
in whieli she was entered was in the Flalbii.sh at 
I'oiiev Island, when Nasturtium, whieh, t»y the way, 
is the sire of Stamina, finished first and Goldsmith 
seeiMid in a grandly emitesti-d raee. 

It was earl.v in Deeenilx'r, IftOO, that Colonel 
William S. Barnes, proprietor of the .Melhoiirne 
Stud, iKinght Endiiriinee li.v Right for $2'iO in the 
annual sale of AA'oiKlward & Shanklin at I.a>xington. 
She had been sent to the sale ti.y Colonel Alilton 
Young, who had piireliased heir and lier darn. Earl.y 
•Morn, from General Wu 'H. Jaekson. Little was 
thought of Endurance hy Right at that time, hut 
witliin less than a year she was rightfnll.v termed 
the most famous raeer of her age and sex li» 
.Ameriea. .An.v weight and an.v distanee seemed to 
suit her, and her spei-d was of a high order, wbilo 
she was even tempered and easy to train. 

Earl.v in Hie spring of 1!I01 she was sent to 
Mempliis with other horses whieh Colonel Barnes 
had put in training, and evidently her work did 
not impress her trainer, for when the .shrewd ey* 
of John W. Selmrr fell u|>on her and he made as 
offer of $1,2110 for her racing qualities the offer 
was readily aets-pted. How well the , ileal turned 
out for him is liest sliown hy the amount earned 
hy the filly under the Schorr colors. This anioiintsd 
to $22.tM0. which, with $4.37.'» which she won by 
capturing the Champagne Stakes for Mr. Whitney, 
made up the $27.01.‘> she earned during the year. 

Among the events In whieh Endurance by Right 
was the winner were the Clipsetta, Lassie, Petite, 
Lakeside, Great Eastern, Holly, Brooklyn and the 
thirty-fifth Champagne. In the Lakeside at Wash- 
ington Park the track record of 1:00J for five Dir- 
longs, xi'hlch had been made In the previous race 
by AIIao-a!-DaIe. was broken by her when she made 
the same distance over the same track hi 1:00, a 
fifth of a second better. In his race Allan-a-Dalc 
carrieil 111 pounds, while Endurance by Right picked 
up 122 and with ease broke the record he bad Just 
made, and that while the crowd had not yet re 
covereil from the furore caused by the previous 
performance. 

If the orphan foaled at Brookdale follows In the 
footsteps of Stamina, he will only do what could 
tic expected of a son of Hamburg and Endurance 
hy Right. Tlie youngster has hii-en adopted by 
Tanya to take the place of one of a pair of twins 
by Hamburg which she recently dropped, sad oas 
of whlcb died ahortljr afttc tdrik^ 




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TELEGRAPHIC FORM. 

The liorscs uliich sctMii best in Satiirilny’s race- 
arc; 

Belmont Park — New York. May 1.". 

1 /.ieii:i|i. I’antoiitle. 

2 luoal I'apthi-. I.iicittc I!.. Mailriicno. 
d W’liitney entry. Gladys l.oiiisc. Melissa. 

•t I'.aliy Wolf. Ixiiig Golialt. lied Itixer. 

.'i-Ciill enlia, I lani|il<in St aide entry, Itaincy entry 
t; — Zeltms. Mniiil, /.al. 

I'. Smitli. 

Cliurobill Downs l.onisvillc. Ky., May l.'i. 

1 i'inioii. Viidei-'-in. Ineia. 

2 - I’.ani-dale, l.ady Anne, la-ns. 

;{ — Green Seal. Keri-beval. Wind Sandals. 

I'lnilita. \V. T. uverlon. <'<d««ne| .lini Dougla-. 
— .Ad\aiK'ing. .Aopiia, Iteii lliove. 

♦5— lliiek. .Aunt |{«.s«-. Hostile ilyidien. 

.1. i,. Dempsey. 

Oakland itak^iml. Gal., May 1.7. 

1 — Itay I'.ennell. 'rriiini|dianl. .Magranc. 

2— Gaplain .lolm. I!iglili:tsy. llora<-e ii. 

.1 — .\vonli*Un- . .1. G. Glcni, I.ogistilla. 
d l.i-aro, Gabin. .Marsler. 

.7-Tonniiy .Abeam, l.ord rillgrane, Martinmas, 
ti- -Itootnr l{«d, I’ajandta. I’rei-n. 

II. Fi>rsland. 



ENGLISH BOOKIE A MONSTROUS GAMBLER. 

(Gonlinued from first page.) 

swt'ive from bis piiriMi.se, and fonglit stubbornly 
against the long, nmvearied al tempts to lireak liini 
liooii. Ills ;tn\ielv was fearful; Ids lieatlli ga\e 
way under it. but still In- hoped to eireiinivent Ids 
enemies and land the greatest eonp of his life. 

•■'rile night before the great raee the sentries 
were doidded outside tlie slalde. Sam Itogers, Ids 
joekey, was |<u-ked lip alone wiili tlie liorse. sb-eping 
in tl;e adjoining slall. F.very coneeivalde pneaiitioii 
w:is laken. and lliere seemed no possildlit.v of foul 
jday. Wlieii Hie key was liinied on liataii lie was 
ill glorious liealtli. willi a. skin like satin and 
iniiseles of steel. Win n be sliowed on Hie downs 
file ne\l nioridag Ids co.il was slainliiig ‘like ipdlls 
iilM.n Hie freTfiil poreiiplne.’ id- eyes were dilated 
w nil terror and .agony, and lie sidveri-d like a man 



with the ague. The vliUinoiia eonfederaey had 
strneU its blow in the ni.ght liy simie means, and 
tin- noble horse was ulisolutel.v last among the lot 
wliieh lie eoiild have liistaiiced liail not the cowardly 
Ih>is<mcr done ids work Itai well. 

■•The news was liroiiglit to ■Old Grinky’ as he 
la.v (le.siM'iately ill in Ids Im-iI. and It kiiled liiiii. 
Two days later, on .May 24. just after Hie Oaks 
liad lieeu mil. the rumor spead iiiion tlie downs 
tliat ■Old GriM-k.v’ was tlead. lie had died tliat 
morning at Ids iiiaiisioii in Garlton House Terrace, 
wlieu lie was within a week of Ids seveiiHetli .vear. 
Tliere is a stor.v told as to Hie eircuinstances atieini- 
iiig GriM-kford's deatli. wliicli lias at any rate the 
authority of tlie late Sergeant Ballaiitine to support 
it. 

‘■Grockford liad lieen vcr.y ill for some time, and 
alHiiit oiM* o^eliM-k on ttie niorniiig of tlie K|i.soni 
meeting he was seized with a tit. and died witidii 
an lioiir. of course, is is well known Hint deatli 
cancels all iM-ts. and Hie utmost eonsternaf ion 
rc-igiicd among Hie satellites alMuit Idm at this un- 
toward e\cnt. by wliich thc.v might lose thousands. 
AVIiat was to 1m- d<Hic'r In the grev dawn of that 
•Ma.v morning some lialf-dozcn widic-faced men look 
counsel logctlnr and raiiic to tlic desperate ri>solii- 
fion of eonccaling the old man's domisc for twcnt.v- 
foiir lioiirs. no ono. of course, licing allowed to ap- 
Iiroach the cliamlH-r of deatli s.ive Hiose in the secret. 
How aiixioiisl.v tlicv watclicd for the carrier |iigcous. 
which in those prc-tclcgraph days conveyed tin- news 
to aiixioii.s liackcrs. Tliey came at last, with Hie 
intelligence Hiat Kiiiiiiiiig Rein had won. .And now. 
that no suspicion might attacli to them, tlicy clad 
the corpse in its usual costume, put flic well- 
known white hat upon Hie iicad. and carr.viiig it to 
the first tliHir front riHuii facing St. .lames street, 
set it down in a cllair at the open window, so that 
IM'oplc roliiniing from E|isom might sc<- it and as it 
were, esialdish the alihi. 

“.\t the iM-st of times Grockford looked more like 
an animated corpse tliaii a man. and at the distance 
iintldiig peculiar would lie noticed; wlille a man <•011— 
eealed lieldiid raised Hie liat in salnlation as some 
well known person passed, and another wavi-d a 
liand. siipiMised to Im- ‘CriM-k’s.’ Tin- next morning 
Hie news went aliroad tliat tlie old man had jiassed 
away in the niglit. and it was onl.v some lime after- 
ward that Hie si-cret gradually iMized out. 

‘■But in Hie meantime a eiirions Nemesis fell iiiMm 
Hie eiinspirators. Tliere iieing a suspicion of foul 
lila.v. tlie Deiliy winner iM-eaiiie Hie siilijeet of an 
investigation liy tlie .loeke.v Gliili. Hie resnit of whii'ii 
was Hial Bniining Rein was disi|iia1itied as Iieing 
a four .year-old. and Orlando, wliieli bad eoiiie in see 
ond. was declared tlie winner, ii.v wliieli reversal 
of jiidgnieni Hiese glioiils lost almost as many Hioiis- 
aitds as Hiey liad 1 io|m‘iI to win. Despite tlie fact 

Hial be bad sipi.-indered soinetliiiig like $:!..7IHMMhi in 
iinpro|it:tlde specula I ions. GriM-kford left real and iier- 
sonal pi'opert.v to tin- amount of more tliaii lialf a 
million.” j 

NEW YORK WORK-OUTS. 

C\ Now York, May 15. — Weallier wet; track 

^ O sloppy. 

Tlie iM-st work outs .it Slieepslie.id Bay. Gravesend 
and Belmont Bark tmlay were: 

Shoppshead B.ay (Main Track). 



Did. Horse. 


A. 


Dist. Time. 




.Aroma 


9. 


5 8 1 ;1o 


15 


Acliieve 


9 


1 2 :.55 




B<-doiiiii 


t; 


1 1:151.'. 


l'-5 


4 *li:!s»*:i\vn V . . . . 


1 


1 I;l‘.|i, 




Dreamer 




:: 1 ll'.ii.. 


lo 


l.adv Dmllev . 


4 


7 8 i:::;;i. 




ALirallion 


4 


1 1:151.. 




.Monlgoiiierv 


r» 


l-‘2 :54 




Kiiniiiiig AA'atei 


.“i 


1 1:I5G. 


‘V*. 


Tmiv Faust 


4 


1 1 :5i; 


2:: 


Tipping ...... 


Ti 


7 8 i ;:i 




Siieepsheail 


Bay (Training 


Traek). 


f; 


AlHieli.m 


.... *J 


:: s ;2f) 


24 


Gvndial 


:» 


1-2 :51'i 


21 


Haeiisel 


4 


3 1 1:19'. 


4 


H•nl.-v 


9 . 


:: 8 ::;'.i 


24 


L:idv Savov .. 


4*. 


:: 4 i:p.n; 


1 1 


I.ight Wooi ... 


4 


1 1:li:i, 


21 


Miss Delam-v . 


:j 


1 1 :.'|9 


tJU 


'fenm-ssee Bov 


9 


^ :::k 


4; 


'I'.HIliiig 


Gravesend. 


3-s :::‘.)i5 




.Aplde Toddv .. 


;t 


1 1 41 '5 




Biltlliiig 


C 


7 K 1 :2S1., 


21 


Geli-iiioniiis ... 




1 2 :49-, 




.1. G. Gore . . . . 


4 


1-2 :54'.. 


T 


Killeletn 


2 


r. s 1 :4»M 


21 


M.-lissa 


2 


.3-8 :37=', 


2' 5 


Marse .Alie . . . . 


2 


1-2 ;.57 


21 


.Alomliassa . . . . 




1 1:52 


24 


Kixi'Im*!) 


... 7 


5 8 1 .07 




Bleliimmd Duke 




1-2 :58 


Ifi 


Triiiiiipli 


2 


1 2 :.5T«', 


1 I 


Zelhiis 


4 

Belmont Park. 


1-2 


21 


.Ariiiio 




5 .8 1 :05 


2"» 


Bi-rrv Maid ... 


2 


1-2 :51 


u 


Fli-niing 




12 :50G. 


19 


Fordello 


2 


58 1:08 






1 


8 ::‘.fi 


19 


.le.inm- d'.Are . 


2 


1 1:1‘H5 


•21 


Terpsieliore ... 


2 


1-2 :53!;, 








F. M. Kellv. 



FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908, 



OAKLAND FORM CHART. 

(OAKLAND.) 



WEATHER CLEAR. 



TRACK SLOPPY. 



One biiiidred and sixty-first day. New Galifornia .Tockc.v Gliili. AViiiter Meeting of ISO days. (28 

b-K-ks oll.J 

I’residing .Iiidge, E. G. Hojiper. Starter. Uiebnrd Dw.ver. Seeri-lary, Beri'.v W. Treat. 

Racing starts at 1 ; 10 p. in. (Gliiea.go lime 2;40 p. m.). \Y indicates wliiii, S simrs, B liliiikers. Fig- 
ures in parentheses fullowiiig Hie distaneo of eaeli race indicate imie.v initiilM-r, track record, age of liorse 
and weiglil earried. 



74816J!!'>L 

lull Horses 
7 i57'BiTai ,\ .\< iKG 
7ir,-;o Sl‘. KIMi.V 
74701 ABRAHAM 

74. <k: kba.xk skinner 

74HI-S1R ,S 

74.741 ATHG.IILH 
1\M-, It.AL.Mi iR.AL 
7!4'i:: Bo.X.XIE B.AIRN 
SAKE 

74711I -MERRITT RGXTON 



'1R.8T RAGE -5 1-2 Furlongs. (72o:’,0 - 1 :0.7" — 1 12. ) $100 added. I 

Maidens. Golts and Geldings. Selling. Net value to winner $400. 



A Wt 1*1* St 14 % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners 
\vs 11(1 ID gi* ill l‘i Rettig M .injiaiy 

w 110 10 fi 1:0 r.n sd OS I’.lixton El Xido Stalde 

wit 107 S 7 4"t :!'l Lvenrgus <1 Motlieral 

w 107 1 4 r.iiii 4'>i. 4"k 4-t AY Miller B .Schreiber 

w b)7 2 :: I'h 't\ :,K :fi sandy AA' \\' Finn 

WS 110 2 !♦ 9= !)• C- r,'" (iu.ayo t; 1* AIc.Xei 

w 107 7 S 7J 7' S- 7* .1 MeIntvreT II Rvan 

wn 1117 4 1 1". IJ 7' S< AY Kelly I lakwoo/iSkl! 

ws 10‘2 7 10 10 in <1= ;»« GlifTord I» .Albertson 

w 107 (> 7 S< 10 10 Manders .Antrim Stat 



.7® Sandy AA' \\' Finn 3 6 fi 

fi'" I iu.ayo t; 1* AIcN’eil 20 40 40 F 

7* .1 .MeIntvreT 11 Rvan fi 12 lo 4.' 

S< AY Kelly OakwooiiSkltnch 20 30 12 5 

;»« GlifTord I» .Albertson 17 20 20 8 



‘ LJ I c u s _ 

fi X 3 X -.7 4 5 
4 21-.521-5.S-5 1 

4 8 7 3 9-5 

5 9 9 4 2 

3 fi fi 2 .'. fi 5 

20 40 40 15 X 

fi 12 10 4.A 2A 



74701 .MERRITT Itl’XTON AV 107 (> 7 Si S" 10 lo Manders .Antrim Stable 20 30 30 15 S 

Time. 27J;, .Tii*. 1:02?,. I:il!l5. 

AA imier — B. c. by St. _Symiiliorien--Gatliariiie tin- Groat (trained by W. Donne). 

AA'eiit lo post at 1:47. .At imst (1 niioiites. Start go«Ml. AA'oii liandilv; second and Hiird driving, 
liomaiiolf Avas in forAvard pursuit of Hie pacemakers from ilie start and drew out decisively iiiidAvay of 
tlie stfeleli. St. Kilda, from n sIoav sini-t. |nid a roiigli journey and Avas in elose ifUiirters in tlie stretch, 
blit linislied a fast going second. .Abraliam closed iiii rapidly from Hie start and l*M>med 1111 meiiaeingly 
ill the sireieli after making a Aviile turn, but tired in Hie closing strides. Frank Skinner. Iiemiiied in oiv 
the inside Hii'oiigboiil . lield on gamely and Avas going fast al Hie end. Sir .Angus failed to stay. .Atligold. 
nearly left, liad seMiil eliaiiee. tint elosi-d a gaii. Bonnie Bairn slioAved siijicrior speed to the stretch and 
unit liadly. The Avlnner Avas entered for $7lHI; no hid. 



74817 



SEGH.XD R.AGE — Futurity Course. (170 feet less Hian .".^t mile.) (71SI7 — 1:08?. — 2 — 

‘.>11. ) Biitsi- $400. :;-,vear-<iltls. Selling. X'et value to Aviiiner $327. 



74Tt2!=E.\1M.A G. 

747C2"oLI> SlTrTLER 
74342 S AN Gir, 

71749 TFR.X'AAV.AA' 

74702 lM>.\HEi'R 

747X0 BE.'AI STONE AA 11 107 2 1 2 1 2 lOnk s= O';! G Sullivan .1 Giirl 8 12 12 5 2A 

TtTOi- TALIE.N AV 95 8 7 "3 8J TA 7 «a Buxton B Sehroilior 15 15 15 fi 3 

74».7X E.XGHEQt'ER w lOl! 12 9 9' ID 9' 8* .Miller Keene Bros 5 8 8 4 2 

74701 ABBEY Wit 95 1 5 4'i 2J IJ 9" Ziegler \\' I’ahill 15 25 25 10 5 

7ttaiX I.AOKFOOT wn FR 11 11 11« 12 12 10* .1 MellUvre Arnell St.able 4A fi fi. 2i fi-5 

747x0 BA' RON Avn 97 7 8 .51 fil 10= ID G’boneau .Mobile Stable 3i) 40 40 15 8 

7:'A7fi INSI'EGTOR BIRD w 95 5 2 2>> 9' ID 12 I’pton AV F Raiip 30 40 20 10 5 

Time. 1:12. 

AA’iiincr— B. f. by Gaetus II.--I.iinn Minor (trained li.v AA'. Doane). 

AA'eiit to iMist at 2:12. -At |xist 4 minutes. Start giMMi. AA'on ilrivlng; second and third Hie same. 
Eiiiiii.'i H.. awa.A' badly and piilliiig up sliarpl.v. worked tlinuigh Hie otliers gamely and g<d up in Hie last! 
stride of a remarkable elTorl. Old Settler, sliiiflied Isiek i-arl.v, closed a ga|> into a fast going seeoiid anil 
sliows steady im|irovemeiit. San (iil ilrew out niiiekly and h-d by a Avide gap for live fiirloiegs. lint tireil 
tinall.v. Tiirnaway ran in prominent pursuit to Hie str-leli ami unit liadly. Bonlieiir improved lier iNtsitiiMi 
from Hip start. Exebeniier Avas out of place here. AIiIm-.v unit parly. LaekfiMit Avas si>re. Tlie Avimier Avas 
entered for no |iid. ' 

OverAveiglils Old Settler, 1 pound; TiirnaAvay, 1; Exeln-qiier. 1. 

rr y| Q 1 Q THIRD RAGE— 1 Mile. (C.9104— 1 ::!S;- ) Burse $.700. .‘S-year-olds and npAvard. 

f J. .8|x*eial Weiglils. Net value to Aviimer $400. 



AAV tBBSt ^ % Sir Fin JiM-k eys OAvners O II C B 

AV lol 1 lo 10- 7'.A 5-’ ]nx liyeurgus T F Doane 11-52.1 2 1 

AV W 10 4 81 r.'A 2'.’ 2« .A H.-irris A\' AA'alker 7 12 12 5 

w 97 9 3 DA 1= DA 3”. .\ W'alsh V Reed 15 15 12 5 

AV lOfi fi 1 3nt 3»k 4'i Rettig B C Watkins 4 6 5 2.A 

ws 95 3 fi fi' 4">i fi" 53 E SulliA-an Franklin Stalile 30 fiO fiO 25 

AVli 105 2 1 2 1 2 lOnk S" O';' G Sullivan .1 Giirl 8 12 12 5 

AV 95 8 7 73 83 7A 7“X Buxton B Sehroilier 15 15 15 fi 

w lOi! 12 9 9' ID 9‘ 8" W .Miller Keene Bros 6 8 S 4 

wn 95 1 5 

wn 102 11 n 

Avn !>7 7 8 

w 95 5 2 



Iitd llwses AAVtBBSt % % Str Kin Jockeys OAvners 

Tt^o-’GItEATBAN AV 3~95“'«~l”i3~13~lA~'l3~DA Gilbert 

747i‘i5 G’l.KGTi H{ JE.SSI'P ws 7 110 9 8 2‘ 23 2" 2"1 2» Buxton 



O H C B S 



T II AVilliams 40 13 13 



J A Murray 



7 10 7 8-3 4-5 

15 30 30 10 3 

Ifi .30 30 10 3 

S-5 8-5 3-5 1-4 1-8 

5 8 8 3 7-5 

30 .700 600 100 50 

50 600 .700 100 .70 

4878-5 7-10 



747«« ENTRADA AV 4 lo5 .7 3 3ni; 3* 3'A 3« Lyeurgus .1 H Shouldice 35 30 30 10 3 

74«xl TI.Mi/rUY' W'E.N wn 4 110 4 5 4' 4"A 4* 4= 4>> Rettig T. Stock Ifi .30 30 10 3 

74747"M.ASS.\ • av fi lo7 2 4 fink fi‘ fi'« .7' 5'- J MelntyrcD A Ro.s.s 8-5 8-5 3-5 1-4 1-8 

BkXTfiXiTOLI/I.ATHERER A*' 4 110 3 fi 5" 6" 5* fi=" fi"® Gulk-tt AV A' Omran 5 8 8 3 7-5 

71St.5"AFTh3KM.ATH n 4 107 7 7 7'* 7" 7'' 7* 7A A W'alsh \\' B Magrane 30 .700 600 100 50 

72754 GAM I’.Y.SE.S wn 4 110 898 8 8 8 8* A Harris S F Varian 50 500 .700 loo .50 

74801 FRED BENT w 6 107 1 2 Fell. Kirseli’m E Dealy 4 8 7 8-5 7-10 

. Thm. 2.7i, 494. 1:1.7!.. 1:41 ». 

Winner — B. c. by Altamax — Ueereattini (trained liy H. E. Rowell). 

Went to iK>st at 2:.3.7. ,At post 1! minutes. Start fair. AA'on handily; second and third driving. Grea- 
tion decisively oiilliroke the otliiTs and tills advantage enalded liiiii hi win all Hie Avav under vigorous 
riding. Gidle<‘tor Jessii|>. parlieiilarl.v s«*rved liy tlie ciiihi.v g«>»iig. hut awa.v flatfooted. clos«-d an immense 
gdu ijiiiekly and maliilained ne.iresf pursuit to the end. hut emitd m»t quite get iqi. Eiitrada. from a liwky 
start, was in fia^ward piirsnit of Hie leaders tliroiigliont and a gana* and nerslslent tliird. TInaith.v AA'en. 
prominent for six fiirlimgs, tirmi as if sliort. Massa M-eiuiiigly was unable to raise a respectable gaih>p. 
ToUgatherer sliowed early speed, but quit badly and was abort. 

Orerweiebta — Tollnatberer, ;{ poaoda. 



1 Q FOI RTIT R.ACE — 5-8 Mile, (729,80 — ,j8?— 3 — 19S.) Burse $.">00. 2-year-olds. Ilandlcnpi 
• <3 JL €3 Net value lo winner $400. 



Ind Horses 

717X1 .ALIGE (.'OLEINS W 93 2 3 3'A 4" 3nk DA B.uxt^ 

(7470DOGEAN QFEEN AA 112 7 « 4"' 3" 2=A 2"* A\' I 

747(>4 MAFRET.A.Nl.A AV lOfi 3 1 l-J 21> 4'* 3'A Retti 

747x1 M.ABEIj FOFNTAIN AA s 87 1 4 5^ 5'1 5" 4i** ('’boi 

74727 BL.AMELESS AV 95 4 2 2'> 1" 1' 5" Gilbe 

( 1.540 TROGH.A AA' X.I fi 7 fiMk 7 fi" fi" I'pto 

74704 NARR.ATOR av 88 5 5 7 fij 7 7 .\ AA 

"C'ouiiled in betting; no separate place or sIioaa' betting. 

,,,, , Time. 2.':5. 49*. 1:<)2. 

AA inner — B. f. by B.iIgoAv.in — Apozea (traineil by J. 1‘oAveisl. 



AWtBBSt '4 is % Str Fin Jockevs 



Owners 
B Schreilwr 



3'A 4" o"k DJ Buxton B Schreilwr 

4" 3" 2=A 2" AV Kelly J D Millin 

1-7 21> 41 3'A Rettig .1 D Milliu 

57 5'1 5" 4>* ('’boii<‘au J N Mounce 

2U 1" B 53 Gilbert T H AVilliams 

fink 7 IJ3 Fpton NajiaStockFarm 



_0_H_C_P_S 
5 7 fi 2 4-5 

*1-2 3-5 3-3 1-5 out 
♦1-2 3-5 3-5 1-5 out 
8 17 It; 4 8-5 

885 8-5 7-10 

30 50 50 15 8 



.Y AA’alsh AA' E Applegate 30 4».i 4'J 10 5 



,, lo i>oxt at ..:<il. At iMAst 1 iiiiimte. Start giMHl. AVon easily: second and third driving. Ali.v 

I o.iins. imkily and forAvardly phieed from Hie start, iiia.le giMsl linallv and deeisivelv. O.-eaii (jm-eii. awav 
MoAAly. closed up raiudl.A-. got into «i seemingly Avimiing l.ad in Hie Ia.<t sixteenth. Imt tired sii.hleiilv ami 
iinexiM-elisIly. Mauretania set Hie pace to tlie sireteh. Hien Avas crowded liaek out of ihisIIIoii amt <aiiie 
JigiilM at Hie end. Marsd Fountain ran in elose quarters on the iiisidi- nearlv tliroiiglioiit and mad.- a fast 
liiiisli I.laiiieh‘ss. alter prominent eoiiteiitioi; from tlie start. dicAV out in tlie stret.h, liiit quit tliiallv and 
|M.ssil.|y Avas short. I I'oelia closed a l.bg gaii in the last lialf. 



Senilehe.1— 74727"Ga[.laiii .f<.hii. Ins; 7I71H W.mmI lander. 100. 
Ov.-rAveiglits— .Manrelaiiia, 2 |H>innis; .APiIm-I Foiiiitain. 1. 



^ FIFTH R.AGE— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. (IS)0.V. -1 ;4.1— .5— Big. ) $|o(l a.hle.l. .‘5 year ahis 

I ^ O ^ V/ and niiAvanl. Selling^ Net v.-iliie to Avlnner $i;!9. 

Ind Horses ^ J'H‘key.s Owners () ll ()~B~S 

i4.X2"IiEMEMBER AV 4 bifl 7 fi fi'' fij 2'A Ih i"A 'AA' Miller M A Dodge 9-5 lV5i:r51 fl-D 

717X1 I’lGKAAVAY W S 105 10 3 1» 1- D- 2"A 2"^ Mentiv .V .1 Jackson 3 4 17-.57-5 7-10 

74740 ED SHERID.AN wClll 3 5 3'1 3nk 3'i 37 3' .1 Meintvre'r .V Davits 5 10 7 3 8-5 

7!.4« HARBOli Wsn 7 111 C 7 5' .5A 5" 4" I" Kirsch'm J J Eller.l 3 3 13-'.l 11 ’0 

7;7;!OMLSS .M. BGAA'DISH av 7 104 1 2 X7 9'" S' 7* 5J Galin.lo AV St Vincent 'lO 20 2o 7 2 a’ 

7l «lfi OltGH.AN s 7 ]"fi 9 4 til 47 fi* B" fi-''A E .'"nllivan E .1 Ranisev 20 25 25 10 5' 

74330 BINAGD W 5 lofi 2 1 2? 2'i 47 •'>' 7" Rettig E G Blumt- 10 r.0 .'m) 25 12 

717-28 ANDItEAA' M.VCK wr. 7 luS 5 10 lo In pA 10 87 Finn AV Gahill ] ' .30 30 1> fi 

71294 SHADY LAD wsB 7 105 8 9 9'" 7> 9'" ,S= 9' AA' K.'llv T, F Bucklev 15 20 15 fi 3 

*»)5<) K.X'OAYl.EDGE 7 105 4 8 7A X' 7"!; 9' 10 I,veurgus .1 H Shoul.lice 10 "5 "5 1’ fi 

Time, 234. 48'. 1:1.“!. i:UJ. | ; p;. 

AAlnner — Br. f. by Brevions— D.-nise (trained by G. W. D<Mige|. 

Went to iM.st at .■!:2.'!. .At |m.s| 2 iiiiniiles. Start giMsI. AVon easilv; second .mil third driving; Re 
iremlM-r ahvays Avithiii striking distance, .-losi-l up raliidly on the far tiini ami ilieAV out and won as In-r 

rnl.-r i.<'las<-d ni the streti-h. l‘i<-k-iAV iy. e\e<-ssi\-ely iiig-d into a tie eailv lead, quit bii.lly in the 

l:.st quarter amt slioiild liaA’e Avon. Ed Slieridaii ran in proiiiineiil amt g.iiiie eon ten Hon tliroiigliont Hai- 
Imh-. AAcIl III. Iroiii tin- siart. tiiiishe.l Avell. Miss .May lioAMlisli. sliiitlh-.l qiii.klv to the i-.-ar. iiia.Ie up 
gn.nml Andrew Alack. uAvay vei-y l.a.lly, is short, hut aaiII <h> to Av.iteli. 

Mia.ly l.ad liad l>nil Im-k ami has worke.l Avell. ihe wmn.-r AVas eiitere.1 for $IM>II- no lii.l 
Seratehed— 74711:: Se.i Lad. 1H7: 7i::i.S I'.iidaiM-st. lirj. 

Overweiglits Bin.aiid. 1 ]H>iind. 

'7/1Q6Y1 SIXTH RAGE 5 1-2 Furlongs. (72lt:)0-l;(r,f C,— ipj.) Purse $40(1. 4-year ohis and 
i 7T C-? A n|> wan l. .\lIoAv:iiiees._ Net value to Avinm-r $::2.5. 



w S 105 10 
w C 111 3 
wsn 7 111 C 



74:!30 BINAGD 
717-28 ANDItEAA' M.VCK 
71294 SHADY L.AD 
mM K.X'OWr.EDGE 



J)_I1_G_ 

'9-5 14-513 .51 11-20 
3 4 17-.57-5 7-10 

.5 10 7 3 8-5 

3 3 13-r>l 11 20 

■ ]0 20 20 7 2A 

20 25 25 10 5' 

10 r,0 25 12 

12 .30 30 12 fi 

15 20 15 fi 3 

10 .25 25 12 fi 



41 Vj % Jm-keys Owners O n (j p 

I'i 1'.^ Ri-Hig AV Fisher 15 25 20 7 

2"k 2"i AA' Kc-lly KenilworihSkFm 1 s 5 3 2 1- 

3- Lyeiiigiis H G Be.hvll :{ 3 4 



7F3.3 P.ELLE KINNEY wp. « lofi fi 1 

7I7.X5"N.ATIA E Si IN s 4 107 3 2 

7I749"SILVEI: STIM'KING wn 4 Pi-5 7 3 

7(5X9 .\II.X IE LfGIlHJ-: wi: 5 piS t 1 5* 5'-’A 5D. 4"li Sandv AA' G.aliriol 10 •aj p; .( ;!_ • 

T;:i' 91 EXCITEMENT AA n 5 piS 2 5 1' 47 V 5--t .\b ntry E TroU.-r 30 Phi pio •5 7' 

71.51:7 GRGZ.ADOS AV ;i pix 17 7 fi' fi-'' fi"k .1 AleliitvieE.I Galdwin 3 4'. Ifi 51 I-" 

7:r.'2i: R ATHER ROY.AL wi; fi no 5 0 07 7 7 7 H h.-rton AA' AA' Finn 20 4o ;:o s 4 

Time. 23'. 181. 1:001. 1 :(h:‘. 

AA’imier- B. in. h.v Belvidere -Mi.ss Kinney ilraim-d liv \V. Fislii-r). 

AA'eiit to post at .•:;.">2. .At im.sI 7 minutes. St.irl fair. W.m easilv; sa-eond ami Hiird driving Belle 
Kimie.A- froiii a flying start, sei an early sizzling pa«e nml Avon all Hie AV.iy. showing AVomlerfiil iiiiproM- 
ineiit. hill liked tin- going. Native .Son li;ii| no misbaps. ran in nearest iiiirsiiit of lln- paceiiiakei- from Hie 

start, blit I Ill m-ver g.-t up in a game elToit. Silver Sl.s-kiiig ran a persisiuiit and el..se up tliir<l tlm.ii-b 

out. Xoiiie laieille was d.eisively oiil|iaeed a:id oiits1:,y.-.l l.y tin- lirsi Hiiee. Ex.-ilemeiit A\as iim-\|M-et- 
edly forward in tin- rimniiig. Giiizados iialpal.ly sulked. Rallier Koval was li.-iilly oiilriin 

S<-rat.-li.si 7t.">i:7 Kokomo. 102; TITOT -'Gai.t.-iiii Biiriielt. 10.5; 7;:P.H ‘ l.ord ITo'vost. lOo- 7 p;7il Tiiiiuiiili 
aiit. I lo. 

Overweiglits — B(-Ile Kiniie.v. .3 iHiimds. 

NEW YORK FORM CHART. 

(BEL.MHXr I'AKK.) 



W G.nliriol 
E Trot I IT 



fi 1:7 
rime. 23' 



10 20 p; 4 

3il pMl PHI 25 
3 4i p; 51 
20 4o ;:o X 



■■■ |’■■• ' — 0.0. s. .--1.111 i;iir. oil easily; sa-eomi ami iiimi iirivmg. Belle 

roiii a flying start, sei an early sizzling pace and won all Hie w.iv. showing womlerfiil iiiipnoe 
lik(-d Hie going. Native .Son had m> misbaps. ran in nearest iiiirsiiit of tin- pai-eiiiakei- from Hie 
I'I m-ver get lip in a game elTort. Silver Slin king ran a persisiuiit and elose up third lliioii-b 



FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908. AAtEATHER WET. TRACK SLOPPY, 

Tliird d.iy. AA'eslehester R.-ieing .Assm-ialioii. Sin-ing .Meeting of If. days. l2i;2 luniks on.) 

I ‘resid ing Ju dge. G larem-e McDowell. Starter. Mars Cassidy. Clerk of Hie Course. H. H. Giiekniore 

Isaeing starts al 2:.9i p. m. (Gliieago linn- 1 ;:;o p. m.). AV indicates wliip, S spurs, P. blinker-; Fig- 
ures III ii.-ireiiHieses lollowiiig Hie di-lanee of eaeli race indicate index niiiiilH-r. track record age of Imr- e 
and weiglil earried. 



74804 



: 3-4 Mile Main Course. (.57947 1:115 -j 117.) $i,000 added, 

upward. Handicap. Net value to winm-r $7ti.5. 



Ind Horses AAVt 

'74 I.W GO U I N E rr.l a”g K av 1*74 ~1 24 

i74fili"l A I.K'I'H El '( I AA 11 4 ];’5 2 1 

7I.5I7'-'LAA\"GK P. DALEA' wk 3 120 5 4 
7lfi..7"H AR'mUtD iP.iY av 3 ‘.>9 
71751 I i.Xi-'l il;l) av 1; Its 



AAVt BP St '/t 7-4 .Str Fin Jockeys (iwners O H G p ,S 

Avi; 4 124 I 2 -It 4'' 44 I-'' N-dler R F Carman S li~X 8-5 I-2' 

AA 11 4 2 1 1-'' D4 D 2" I-; Imgan R T AVilson Jr *'.-5 fi-5 I 1-4 out 

AA It 3 120 5 4 3'4 .3'' ::'i 3" N'ieol I-' Gmik 7 5 It 59 5 1-2 1 -.5 

AV :: ‘.fii :: -5 24 24 2>* 4-'' av Burns AV G Daly 4o fiO ;:n X 2 

av fi Its 4 5 5 ;5 a MeCatiey J Mt-Laugblin 8 12 pi 2 7-10 



iL .Iii.\MH;D av 1; HS 4 3 5 5 ;5 a MeCabey J MeLaugblin 8 12 pi 2 7 10 

Time. 12. 24». 39’. 19. 1:14". 

AA inner- P,. e, by Pi-ssara— Middy Morgan Itraim-il Py AV. Bar! 

Went to post at 2;:;q. At |iost ;: ininiiles. Sl;ir'l g.Hnl. Won easily; second and Hiird driving 

< olom-1 .lack Wiis oiiiriHi early, lull came around on Hie oiilside willi a rieli in Hie stn-leb and was. going 
awa.v easil.v at Hie end. .AN-Hieiio liad no misbaps. set Hie e.irly p.-e-e f.isl and was l:iketi Hm- short wav', 
lint tired at Hie end. I.awrenee I*. Dale.v raced well and ini|iressivelv for bis first st.-irt of Hie season' 
Hai-iroid Boy was favored li.v Hie going and raced to bis 1 m-s| I'orni. Oxford Avas never it contender 

Seralelic-d TIT.'H l‘anloii:le. 12T.; 7I7;U5 Itig Chief. 121; ilT.Ti Goliorl, 11.5; 717.51 .Adri.-in.-i, 1 In. 

Overweiglits H.'irtl'ord l!ov, 2 iioiimls. 

SECOND RAGE 4 1-2 Furlongs Straight. (i:2i-s8‘i — .52— 2— 1L5. ) $1.<H)0 added. 2 year- 
i ^olds. .\lloAvam-es._ Net value to winner $77<>. 

1ml Horses A AVI PPSt 44 % Str Fin Jis-keys OAvners ([) II /; p 



SIR .MARTIN 
i74fiS2iRIGHT .-s\H;T 
H A Ri;iG.AN 
7 175.3= HOYLE 
74422 'f I iM REID 
Alt.AlIAK 



AV 112 :i 
w 113 1 
AV 112 5 
AV 113 I 
W 112 fi 
wn 112 2 



St^-'i!^ Jis-keys OAvners (I 

’ D 1" D“ Mel ’■lli>~I ' E Madd7n *2 
;’.4 2'i I-: Diigan R F Carman 2 

2i 3= G KiM-rner J E Mtidd- n *2 

4= 4’ Notler B * O .Stable 5 

5* 5= Garner P T I'hinn 2 

fi fi Ciilb-n ElkAVoodPk.S-ble 1 



.le..3"H()Vl.E AV 113 I 2 4= 4= 4'* Notler B * O Slalde 5 fi 3 1 12 

74422 'fi iM REID AV 112 fi 5 5'" 5* 5= Garner P T Chinn 2 31 3 1 ‘ 5 

AR.AIIAK wn 112 2 fi fi fi fi Ciilb-n ElkAVoodPk.S-ble 15 .3(1 2.5 fi 2 

•Goiipiv-d in lietting; no seiurate idare or sIioav betting. 

Time, .55. 

AA'inner— Gb. e. Iiy Ogden— l.ady Sterliivg (tr.-iined liy J. E. Madden). 

A\ eiil to |H'xt :il 2:.i4. .At |Hist I niimile. Start fair. AA'on e.-isilA’; seeond .and Hiird driviii" 
.Sir .Marlin ran Avell in Hie going ;i>id, r.-n-ing info Hm- lead at Ha- lield slinid. Avas never attervvards in 
Iroiibie, Riglit Xsirt liroke well :iml showed spi-ed and sIimmI a long drive well in oiiigamiiig I Lirrigaii. 
■file lalli-r raced iniiiressively for a lirst elTort end is sure to Jniiirove witli r.-ieiiig. .At Hie start 'I'oni Beid 
swerved across in front ami liiini|M-d Boyle out of his stride, 'fhe 1,-itler made nti some ground Imt liis 
early niisloi time riiim-d any elianei- he might have liad. .Anniak w.is alvvavs oiitiiaeed and ran very green 
Ser.-iteln-d 747-54Giiidomilalde. IL!. 

THIRD R.AGE— 1 Mile, (,57‘.)8i — 1 :;57" — :! — BH.) Baychester Stakes. $2 ,Inni added. 
i 'tX' Cd V / U 3 year-olds. .All owam-es. X'e t value to w inner $1.87(1. 

1ml Horses AAA'tl'i’St 44 4-2_7i Str Fin .Tis-keys Owners O ll G P S 

74(:s7'"QFE.8T10N"AIARK av 105 2 3 14 D4 D~i'rF-f< '~irshirl?A\'~l7ike!irml ^^l~i;~fi~l out 

(7H"2»ROBF,R'l’ COOPER AAB P'7 1 1 3 3 3 :) 2* Slin-Ai.- F .A Forsythe 7-5 !• 5 s 5 1 3 out 

(7l7:U5)GOI.liE.V I’E.ARL avi; HS 3 2 2= 2" 2= 2'4 3 E Dug.-in A J Joyner 7-IOfi 5 9-IOont— 



1ml Horses AAA'tl'i’St 44 4-2_7i Str Fin JiM-keys Owners O ll G p S 

74(:s7'"QFE.8T10N"AIARK av 105 2 3 14 D4 D^l'T^'fl '~irshirl?A\'~l7ike!7ml ^^l~i;~fi~l out 

(7H"2»ROBF,R'l’ COOPER AAB 1"7 1 1 3 3 3 :) 2* Slin-Ai.- F .A Forsythe 7-5 !• 5 S 5 1 3 mil 

(7l7:U5)GOI.liE.V I’E.ARL avb HS 3 2 2= 2" 2= 2'4 3 E Dug.-in A J Joyner 7-IOfi 5 9-IOont— 

Time. 13-2. 25. 37. .50’. 1 ;li;5. I ; i;:. 

\A;inm-r--ni. e, by Colder ^st— Rose Itan Ifraim-d liy A\'. Lakelamll. 

Went to imst at .'LIS. .At iKist 2 iniiiiites. Sl.irt ginii! AA'on easilv; seeond driving. Question M-irk 
Avas easily la-st at the AAciglils and in the going, was rushed :<AVay froin tin- |M>st iinlil In- linik tin- lent 
and thi-reafter Avas only rated in front. Kolx-rl Goo)N-r Avas singgisli in Hie earlv rimniiig. Imt i-aiiie armiml 
Golden I earl in Hie last liirlong and fmislu-d i<-soliit--|y. Golden |■e.-lI-l av:is iinalile to keei> step witli Hie 
winm-r and Avas tiring liadly .it Hie liiiisli. Avent Avide Avhen entering Hie strv-teh, Imt the ground lost av-is 
not emmgli to in an.v Avay alTeet Hu- result. 

Seratehed — ( 7 17;:4 » Hessian. 107; 74.598‘RiaIlo. 107. 

Overweights- Qm-st ion .Alark, 2 poiimls. 

ForUTH R.AGE— About 2 Miles. Slecpleelrase. (Cml.'kS — :S;.58! — 3— 1;:7.) $I.INni added, 
i ^ ( 3 i 4-yea r-ohls and iipw ard. .Aliowaiiees. Net value lo winm-r $.x"Mi. 



Did H(>rs«‘s 

70917 RAVONET 

74771 PAL.M 

(7::9.59>KARA 

71472 THE KNIGHT 

71 7155" .M A .X 1 M I L LA .\' 

•’H72"\ ERA'A.XE 



A AVtPPSl 4 7 11 I i Str Fin Jockeys 



O II -G P 



AV 5 14fi 7 fi 
WS 5 151 1 4 

AV 5 151 :1 8 
W 4 137 fi 3 
ws Ii l.'>:! 2 1 
av 4 1.31 I 2 



TI7ik5".AlA.XlMILlA.\' ws (i l.'>:! 2 1 D 2>‘ 2i 2'- 2" .5’ T tA'BrionF .V Clark 15 ;:i) 25 X 3 

•’H72"\ ERA'.A.XE av 4 1.31 I 2 4'' 3'4 5'4 fiU «"■ (i'= Diiiu-e P.I l;aim-y 4 fi 3 fi 5 3 5 

(7Ifi(l8)YELLOAA’B.VGK AV 4 132 5 7 8 X S 7' 7 7 Palmer J E AA'ideiu-r X 12 10 1 2 

(71W;C).\1K EN AV 4 112 8 5 7‘ 7'4 7i 8 Rr. doAvn. EHoider AV T ToAvnes 3 6 4 S-5 4-5 

Time, 4:((9?. 

\\'inm-r — B. g, liy Handspring — A'ollai-io (tiaim-d by .1. I.amliert). 

AVv-iit to post at 3;44. .At luist 1 minute. St;i'rt goml. AA’on easily; seeond .nml tliird driving. 
If.-iyoiiet was easily lu-st and his pv-rforiiiam-e was decidedly iniiiressive, ontfiNited and out iiini|H-d liis oppon- 
ents tliroiiglioiir and avoii eaiiieriiig. Palm stisMl a long drive g.-imely and easilv imltiii'islied Kara. Tlie 
l.-iltir liad no niisliaps and can do lieller, made several ehalh-ngi-s in Hie rimniiig. Imt eoiild never re-ii-b 
Hie mint. Tile Knight ran in improved form. .Ma.xiliiiliaii to!lowed Hie Aviiiner closely to Hie last live 
fiiiloiigs and jiimm-d well tliroiigliont. A'ervane did not sliow lier usual sjieed. Aiken mavle a had landing 
Hir«-e jimiiis from lioim- and uroki- Iiis slionider :ind was dv-stroyiul. " 

Ser.-itelied 7442.';"Eeonomy, LIO; 74172 .Self Proti-c-lion, 1.5:i'. 

Overweights — Tlq' Kiiiglit. ,5 ismnds; A'ervane. 1. 



(7Ifi(l8)YELLi»AVB.VGK AV 4 1:12 

(TIWOAIKEN AV4 112 



1" 1' D D D" .Mc-Kin’y 'f Hiu-tv<-ock Jr lo 15 p> 4 S-5' 

4'4 4'.4 nil 3" 2* .Al Hen’s’nHampton Stable X lo 5 2 1 

5' 4'' 4" 3® Me.M'ee J AA’ (.'olt 7 5 ;> 5 !i 5 ^ 5 1 3 

fi'i fih 6'4 5’ 4" Kell*-)ier EIiiiavoimI St.nble 4o 4o ;ui pi 

2h ;;i T. .^h -p tviipion !-' .A. Clark 15 ;:o 25 X :: 

3'4 5'4 fill fii" ii'= Dniu-e p .1 l;,n.im-v 4 fi 3 fi 5 3 5 



4 fi 3 fi 5 3 

X 12 10 1 2 

364 S-6 4- 



74808 



FIFTH R.AtiE --5-S Mile Straight. ((>‘.KI.S5 — .YS — ‘2--122. ) $900 added. 



Ind Horses 


AWtBBSt Vi 


Vi 


% 


Str F"ln Jot-keys 


Owners 


0 


H 


0 


B 


s 


71750 DANDER 


WTl 


100 b) 


1 


lA 


1" 


1" 


I'A D MeG'thyl* 


S 1* Randolidi 


Q 


7 




■*» 


1 

1 


74fiXL'"FATH E R .STAFFORD 


WK 


105 


s 


2 


2A 


01 


2'A 2« G H Shil’gR 


I. Thoni.a.s 


2, 




01 


Si- 5 


7lfi.X2 AA'AMP.ORO 


WK 


97 


19 


2 






r.j 


3'A E Dugan 


R 


T AA'ilson fir 


G 




4 


S 5 


4-5 


747:!7"SISTEi; PHYLLIS 


\V 


92 


") 


G 




Gli 


r»A 


4* G Miller 


.Mrs A L .-Vste 


8 


10 


10 


4 




74fiS2 .\EDL1.\4 


w 


102 


14 


7 


7 A 


7' 


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n-‘ GulU-n 


F 


D Weir 


.30 


60 


r*i» 


20 


10 


0. r. KID 


WR 


107 


17 


s 


S' 


SA, 


jT 


6A Notter 


.1 


L Mt-Ginnis 


20 


:!ii 




10 


1; 


740.82 AI.I. RED 


W 


97 


IS 


Tt 


4" 


19 


49 


7'A D Murphy 


r. 


A Ci lia 


LMl 


2(1 


241 


8 


4 


74fix2"PETE 


w 


PlO 


15 


4 


r.h 


r»A 


C 


8 '.A Garner 


4 * 


Oxx 


7 


8 


7 


»»t 




74T.>i J. W. KENT 


WK 


102 


u 


10 


10" 


10" 


9' 


9' G Swain 


.1 


T. Mnrrihv 


60 


4;o 


•'.<> 


244 


12 


IPYLD GIRL 


WK 




r. 




5»A 




lO'AIO" J Bergen 


.1 


E Madden 


12 




s 


2 


.S .5 


7!7.'>5 A'EltP.ATIM 


W 


100 


4i 


12 


12 


12 


11 


1 1 Shreve 


R 


AA' ('arter 




ItM) 


1041 


24 4 


15 


BhrniLEHEM 


W 




Ifi 


13 


13 


13 


12 


12 Moore 


AV 


l.akeianil 


pio 


1041 


loo 


4'l 


•.*44 


7t.5.Y3 l.NDIA.N HUNTER 


w 


100 


4 


11 


11 


11 


13 


13 R Powell 


J 


S Tvri-e 


.v» 


liNI 


loo 




15 


74316 HARRY RtM'.ERS 


w 


9S 


I 


It 


It 


14 


ll 


14 Fulton 


s 


Emery 


15 


25 


20 


8 


4 


74*:iO-’TH LSTI-E BELLE 


WK 


92 


13 


15 


Ifi 


Ifi 


ifi 


15 Fr.aneis 


1: 


X- 0 .-4tai>le 


15 


24 » 


15 


fi 


2 


HEI'H AE.STUS 


WR 


102 


7 


Ifi 


15 


15 


15 


111 MeCahey 


1* 


J Ralnev 


15 


15 


10 


4 


2 


71471 = DISTRAGT 


W 


10-5 


n 


IS 


17 


17 


17 


17 Horner 


J 


Seblos.ser 


12 


30 


20 


8 


5 


74T:17 lady BEA'ERWYCK 


W 


99 


12 


17 


IS 


IS 


18 


IS AV Burns 


BeverwyekStable 


241 


241 


:to 


10 


fi 


74769 SIS'lER JE.NNIE 


W 


98 


- 


19 


19 


19 


19 


19 Engl' lier 


W 


Gt-rst 


30 


40 


40 


15 


7 



Time. 1:01 3. 

Winner — B. e. li.v Sir Dixon — My Queen (tr.iim-d li.v X. Byer). 

AA’eiit to post at 4;R!. .Al fuisf 2 minutes. Start fair. Won ea.slly; second nml third driving. 

Dander found Hie going lo his liking and. going into an early lead, was m-A-er aflerwarda in troiilde and 
Avon going away. Fattier Stafford r.-iii well and swerved in Hie lin.al drive, imt as easily outstayed tlie 
oHu-rs. .At (be lirqak Wuinlioro liulted to the outside and lost sevenil leiigtiis and in the* liiial drive was 
swerving to fhe inside. , Sixier" Phyllis ran well. I*ete was in elose quarters Hiroiighoiit ami inid little 
ehaiiee. Bohl Girl liad no elitiiiee al Hie start. Tlie winm-r was entered for $1,000; no liid. 

Si-rateliisl -74789 Opal, !»7 ; 74:t3.S Isle of Meadows. !i2; 7I7VS Uiilih-, 100; 747.Y5 Gliding Belle, 102. 

Overweiglits — .Xislliiii, 2 lummls; O. U. Kid, 2; J. AV. Kent. 2; Harry Rogers, 1; Distract. L.ady 
Bi-verwyek. 2: Sister Jennie. I. _ 

A Q/'kO U.VGK— 1 Mile. (.57!).S4— 1 ;:i7ii— .",—BH. ) $1,000 added. ityeaT olds and np 

■ w»w ward. Selling. Net value to winner $.840. 



ind Horses A Wt 1*1* St % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H G B S 

7l.5(ifi*nEI,LAVETTIER w3~ 90 6 3 D 1" D 1= D~T Kix-rneFAV'F M.-ithews 6 “fi “3 ~7-6 4-5 ' 

747r>2=<n RANT ILLY wn 6 llrt 2 1 6' A 6'* 6" 4'A 2"4 .Sh.tw G W Clark fi 7 7 ’21 fi-6 

TfTCX NICK STO.NER wi: 3 95 3 « :kl 2" 2* 2-’- 3* MeG.ahey D Keilv fi 8 7 21 7-6 

74C4DLORD STA.NHOBE wn 4 Pi7 8 2 4" 4" 3'A 3* 41* Notter G F Clark 4 7 fi 2 6-3 

74fiX4»KE.-VTOR wn 6 lot) 4 X 8 D fi** 6" 6" T Burns F B Brown 3 6 6 2 1 



_A WtJ*BS^*4_%_%_Str Fill Jockeys Owners 
■“w 3* 90 6 3 D 1" D 1= D*T Kix-rneFAV'F M.-ithews* 

wn 6 110 2 1 6'A 6'A 6" 4'A 2"^ Sh.aw G W Clark 

wn 3 95 3 fi :kA 2" 2* 2-’- 3* MeCahey D Kelly 



74C4DLORD STA.NHOBE wn 4 107 8 2 4" 4" 3'A 41* Notter 



74fiX4»KE.-VTOR 

74733 ST. JOSEPH 



wn 6 lot) 4X8 



» ’ F Clark 



fifi 6" 6" T Burns F B Brown 



WB S 101 1 7 7* 8 8 8 6* J Bergen MissAMMarrone 8 20 IS 6 } 



SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1908. 



DAILY RACING FORM. 




74752 SIR TODDINGTON w 4 101 7 5 «?. fi* 7* 7» 7» I. MulliKan 6 7 4 8-5 4-5 

74708 IMTORT wn 3 % 6 4 2i 3'i 4= 5‘ 8 K DuRan K W Healey 5 10 S 3 8-6 

Time. 12(!. 24*. :?«. 48. 1:14». 1:41*. 

d inner — Br. c. b.v WooIstliorp<‘ Favi>r Bells (tr.tiiied hy W. O. Joplin). 

'Vent to |H>st Hi 4:41. At i*«st 1 lulmite. Start giaxl. W<hi easily: second and third drlvlntr. 
wllwetlier was favored hy the roIiir and. ROinc lnti> a haiR lead on the lamd. filially wou piilllnc up. 
t'hantllly. sIurrIsIi In tlw> early niiiiihiR. came wide Into the stretch and finished with a rush. Nick Stoner 
showed plenty of early speed, hut tired hadl.v In the stretch. laird Staiilioia" ran a Rood race. Keator. off 
liailly. made up soiiie Rrmiiid. hut was never a ciaiteiider. Sir ToddinRtiai was always outrun. luMKirt 
showed a flash of early s|a*ed. hut ifiiit hadly. llie winner was entered for $1.:W0: no hid. 

Scratched — l7477.'i)Blandy. ItO; 747XI-l'retension. 101; 745D0’Hviiciion 11., lOti; 74711^Mazunia, 01: 
743.'{ti Liilly. 10«: 74.720 Teacress. 104. 

OverwelRhts — fhantilly. 1 iMiiiiid; laird Stanhope. 4: Import, 1. 





LOUISVILLE FORM CHART. 

(CHURCHILL DOWNS.) 




FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908. 


WEATHER CLEAR. 


TRACK FAST. 



74810 



FIKST K.U’E— 4 1-2 Furlongs. (tiSsiMI -.M— 2— 118.) $400 added. 2-year-olds. 

Guldens. Colts and GcldiiiRs. .Mlowaiices. Net value to winner $450. 



AWtPPSt M M ^ Str Fin Jockeys Owners *^Stn 



74670 SI I.VKR.VDO WB lOS 4 5 

7477R TKDPY BEAU w 107 12 0 

746.5:PMA.Um I. A WHENCE w 111 3 1 



4* 1" Warren 
I'nk 2'1 J lae 
1-' 3‘ Heidel 



S Forsythe .» 

.1 S L-^sh 61 

W .V Smith J57 



7467P®NKI) CARMACK 


w 


111 


•I 


10 


3= 


31 


4' 


T Taylor 


W 


A Huglios 


49 


74695 MAXIM GU.N 


w 


107 


10 


9 


!•»' 




5i 


V I’owers 


K 


C<K>k 


It 


74760 .STOWAWAY 


\v 


111 


6 


4 


6h 


6h 


r,uL 


Glasner 


W 


P Reardon 


15 


74760 nUOMO 


tvs 107 


8 


8 


(ii 


!'l 


7h 


J’ickens 


K 


.Stone tlS 


PRINCE ALERT 


WK 


107 


5 


12 


8' 


7' 




K Martin 


J 


R Berger 


t 


RED CIX)UD 


W 


108 


14 


7 


'll 


8* 


<Hik 


Troxler 


G 


W .1 Hi.ssell 


t 


■WOOL MOV 


W 


107 


11 


14 


12® 


10' 




Wiekline 


I. 


V Hcllew 


0 


74670 TC.SCAN GOLD 


M 


10-1 


1 


:: 


9.'. 


12' 


u* 


A Morgan 


I. 


A < ’el la 


1 


74512 MAD RO.SE 


W 


107 


2 




11* 


111 


v:i 


Gaugel 


J 


F fJaffney 


3 


.sjf.mpronicm 


W K 


107 


13 


n 


13® 


13» 


i;5« 


F Hurt on 


M 


Young 


t 


GREENLEE 


W 


107 


7 


13 


14 


14 


u 


Fogarty 


JFAWFKeith 


t 



24S 14.". 450 $l.-.;i 

Miitiiels paid. Silverado. $:!!».20 straiRht. $12.70 place. $8.10 show: Teddy Bear. $12.70 place. $7.50 
show ; Yoiiiir a- Smith entry, $7.20 show. 

JloiiuR & Sinltli entry. t-Mutiiel field, •.\iiction field. Time, 24, 4.Sii. 55*. 

Winner — B. r, by Silverdale — Sfona ttraliied hy A. N. Sacre). 

Went to jsist at 2;.‘!2. .Vt iiost .’{ iiiiniites. Start ro.n 1. Won driviiiR; second anil third the same. 
Sllvera.Io IK-Ran slowly, hut moved up with a rush after roIiir three fnrloiiRs and, eoniiiiR With a riisli in 
the last sl.Mei'iitli, Rot lip in the last stride. Tedd.v Hear was in forward e.Mitention from the start and. 
after <lls|K.sinR of Major l.awren<-«'. apia-are.l a ei'rtain winner, tint tired sllRhtlv in the last few strides. 
-Major l.awreiiee. from a fast ll•‘RinninR. set the early pace anil stave.l wi-ll for a half. Ned Carmack hail 
to overeome interference in the early nmninR and finished fast ami Ranielv. Maxim Cun. showluR Ini- 



744S6 SIMON 



74241 IIANNIISAL HEY’ 


\V K 


6 


111 


s 


J 


4' 


3'' 


3'i 


[ 2* 


T Taylor 


11 U Baker 


97 


s:i 


14:; 


u 


747.’0!»lt rr TER 


\VH 


7 


117 


11 


4 


"h 


2h 


2' 


' :!•' 


E Roiiiii.s'nC V Mueller 


*>w 


-7 


78 


* 


74144: El, ECTOR l.NE 


W 


4 


105 


4 


5 


5' 


7' 


5* 


4" 


M MeGee 


D Ivehan 


4 




10 


* 


( 747.56 tl-kSTE 1,1, A C. 


W R 


3 


l"7 


\2 


7 


6' 


01 


4' 


so 


.1 Lee 


K R.rennan 


‘211 


111! 


208 




74775 MERHIFIELD 


\vi: 


;j 


102 


5 


S 


7* 


51 


7' 


6' 


E .Martin 


.1 P Ko.ss 


t69 


45 


125 


* 


71.586 .MKHltlGi* 


w 


3 


1001 




9 


9' 


8' 


SJ 


7* 


I’iikens 


S Forsythe 


t 


t 




* 


73(O0®RE.N TROVATO 


w 


4 


115 


10 


6 




9.'. 


:i‘ 


S' 


Hi'idel 


C H Reid 


39 


10 


52 


* 


74'202 HITTER SIR 


w 


3 


106 


U 


1 


111 


.(h 


6.'. 


:i' 


V I’owers 


.1 C Cahn 


t 


t 


t 


IS 


74671 WHISK HRIHLM 


w 


;t 


]<Hl 


7 


n 


10* 




1"' 


]0® 


Skirvin 


.1 U Strode 


30 


I'O 


.59 


lo 


74671 DIVORCKK 


w 


3 


<18 


1» 


10 


11® 


It* 


11* 


11® 


,\ Morgan 


L A Celia 


7 


5 


19 


* 


74775 ARROW SWIFF 


\\ 


3 


113 


6 12 


12 


12 


12 


12 


Wi.shard 


J H Baker 


9 


- 


29 


* 



.5.",1 316 SIO $7!l 

Mutiiels palil. Spion, $49.:>0 stralRlit. $22.90 place. $i:i..S0 show: Hannihal Be.v. $11.40 idace, $10.30 
show; Poller. $14.80 show. 

tMntiml field. •Aiiilion field. Time. 23«. 185. 

Winn.'r— 4'h. r. h.v Caelns II. Sanliim (traineij hy .1. S. Ward). 

W.'iil to post at :;:0."i. .\t iNist 1 minnt<>. Start rimmI. Won leinilll.v; s.'eoiid ami thiril ilriviiiR. Spion. 

ninniiiR to his Ih-sI form, was a .•losi' eontemler for a half ami, takiiiR the lead aft.'r saviiiR Rronml <mi 
th.‘ turns, h.’ld Hannihal Hi’.v safe in the closiiiR drive. Ilamiihal Be.v ran a r.nnI rae<- ami was RoiiiR f:ist. 
at tile eml. Poll.'r, awa.v fast, foree.l a sl.’ail.v isii'e for a half, hut tired sUrIiII.v in the last fiirloiiR. 
Kleelorine was close up all the way ami hut for RoIiir wid.- would have la-eii third. Estella C. ran imniiI.v 
iiPil can ilo mueh laMler. Merrifiehl eloseil a hie Rap in the last iinarler. Hitter Sir ipiit after RoiiiR 
three furlongs. The winner was eiiter.'d for $IOo; no hid. 

.Seratehe.1 747."a; Sainesaw. IIHI: 71742 ilrlamlol. tor,; 71185 I,ady .\rion. lit); 74712 Kalherl. 119. 

I tv.-rwciglits — .MerriRo. 2* iK.umls; Hilti*r .sir. 1; .\rrow Swift. 2. 



O THIUB race- 7-8 Mile. Ili8.8<i4— i 5 lo9.) Purse $t)iKI. 3 year olds and iip- 

4 -4. ward. .MIowanees. Net value to winner $t.50. 



Ind Horses 



AWtPPSt 14 H % Str Fin J.K'keys Owners 



74<i27 KING'S nAlTGHT’R wn 5 113 4 6 7* 7» 7» 4' ]i> Franklin TCMcPowell 310 173 22."> 

l.SS6!l=GREAT PIR.VTE WK 3 IHI 5 2 I'JI' !• IMl'UE Marlin W .1 Yoiins 77 51 12:5 



74776' BOTTEES 
74741 DECi'E 
7P292 rSCRY 
715.57 OROO.NO 
74.577“G11AEI)EAR 
t74714)ElSTERlNB 



w 4 1n7 3 
w 5 Fa; 6 



4' 5- 3II 2't E Roliins’nC V Mueller Ss' 83 165 
36 2"t 26 3' 4- V I’owers Mrs M .\hadic231 ISO 257 



WB 6 ill 2 1 21 3' 5- .56 r.h .1 Biitl.'r B F Guthrie 10 10 ;|6 



WB 3 :i5 1 4 5i>l- 6> 6'i 6' 

W 3 ;i0 8 8 8 8 8 8 



6U 46 46 76 r,h ,\ MorRan .1 Eveniian 2 .5 

5i>8 6> 6'i 6' T' T SIm Ie .V l> Steele 16 12 

8 8 8 8 8 HufiuiRel .V E Ijchman 5 2 



74813 



FOPKTH U.\CE— Full Course. Stee|)leeliase. (02518 --.3;47*_7.- -i43. ) Purse $."»00. 
3-year olds ami upward. Hamlieaii. Net value to w inner $4i6i. 



Ind Horses 




AWtPPSt 


3 G 


9 


12 .Sir Fin 


Joekeys 


Mu.T'k'ts,So|.J. 
Owners y,r. n. sh. 


Auet'n 

Sales. 


7474<V‘M' A LUSTER 


ws 4 150 


3 


1 


2h 11* 


]h 


1' I'i 


I'.t 


E Mor’.soiiE Corrigan 19" 


102 


132 


$50 


74698®WATKRW A V 


u 


5 14" 


7 


4 


3* 4» 


4® 


:»j «*n 


^12 


Me< 'Iain 


H Fliiqien 4!l 


28 


K5 


16 


74777 «M,ASS LEADER 


\vs 


8 Ml 




r» 


5® 5* 


5^ 


5 3® 


3® 


Yourell 


.1 G Miteliell 30 


16 


.58 


♦::o 


7474" LITTLE WALLY 


\v 


7 14<i 


'2 


2 


0 H 


0 


4* 4* 


4'* 


1 >aytou 


Mrs.lWDayton 27 


23 


54 


* 


7474" ISi.N .101,1, V 


\v 


4 132 


8 


3 


1* ij 


‘*'*1 


2A 5 


5 


Pierce 


W Ger.'st 49 


:!0 


09 


16 


(747161 MOi>,\'Gl>LD 


\v 


4 119 


5 


7 


4® 3' 


3® 


Fell. 




How SO r 


Mrs W Webb 149 


81 


113 


40 


17469MP1LLEK 


ws 


6 136 


1 


5 


Kell. 








Huglie.s 


O llak 22 


17 


48 


« 


74740 RALPH REE.SE 


w 


H 155 


4 


8 


Fell. 








Kohler 


J & C Davis 11 


12 


31 


* 






















530 


312 


.570 


$112 



Miitiiels |>aid. Me.Mlister, $13.20 straiRlit. $9.00 place. $8.iM) show: Waterway. $19.80 tdacc. $12.30 
show ; Class Emnh-r. $13.2tt show. 

*.\iietion field. Time. 3:l!lii. 

Winner 15. r. hy The Tartar — Milamda (tniiiied liy .1. Collins). 

Went to iMisI at 4:15. .Vt imisI 1 minute. Start rimmI. Wmi easil.v; s«'eond and tliird driviiiR. 5Ic- 
Allister followed I6111 Joll.v elos»> np to llie tenth jump, where lie forged into a rinmI lead and maintained 
Ills spee.l w.'ll and. fenciiiR in rihkI stvTe. lield tlie others safe, altlioiigli lihmderiiiR hadl.v at Hie last 
olistacle. Waterwa.v ran in improved form and finished fast. Class Eeader was a distant trailer and es- 
caped mishaps. Elltle Wally ran do mueh iHdler. Ihni Jolly stiowed s|M>ed. fenced well and lint for his 
saddle sliiipliiR would have twen daiiRerous. .MinhiroIiI was RoiiiR well at the last liedRe. when he fell. 
Plller and Kalph Keese went down at the seeiaid jump. 



rr^O"| ^ FIFTH RACE --4 1-2 Furlongs. |fi8StKI— .54-2— 118.) Purse $."»tX). 2 year-olds. 

4 -A. -Vllowanecs. Net value to winner $11)0. 



Ind Horses AWtPPSt >4 % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners Sti\ ^'aics! 



74673*ELIZAH. HARWOOD 


w 


107 


5 


6 


3nk 


1' 


ink 


V Powers 


E Corrigan 


403 


258 


:56i 


$100 


74760 -■ T R A .N S FO R M 


w 


110 11 


2 


51 


2iJ» 


1 


Warren 


J 1) Grant 


131 


137 


232 


.34 


TANNIE 


w 


97 




4 


2h 


•” 


31 


E Martin 


Talbot Bros 


8 


7 


46 


•IS 


747.'» SII.VER C. 


WK 


loot 


1 


1<» 


S' 


4> 


4* 


Pickens 


S For.'jythe 


3 


5 


21 


* 


74739 TKNOHETT 


WB 


97 


2 


3 


9a 


51 


5- 


M MeGee 


.1 C Calm 


13 


.*1 


9 


» 


74774 MV LADY FRANCES 


W 


97 


7 


7 


7i 


S' 




F Burton 


B Schreiber 


13 


13 


44 




74724 ROSKHURG 11. 


'V, 


110 


10 


9 


46 


6' 


7= 


Skirvin 


HMcCarrenJr 


16 


L^5 


54 




74739 LIGHT BLUE 


WK 


110 


9 


8 


61 


7* 


8« 


T Taylor 


W Grater 


IS 


2- 


59 




74774 WILIX>W PLUME 


W 


103 


1 


1 


I'lUi* 


93 


.1 I,ee 


Hughes Bros 


78 


71 


1,30 


21 


ZhklLA 


w 


97 


8 11 


11 


11 


10* 


Frazier 


D T Morris 


5 


2 


11 




72909 PAULLNE PURCELL 


w 


97 


6 


5 


10' 


9' 


11 


T Steele 


H S Berry 


t 

678 


t 

543 


t 

'167 


10 

$183 



Mutuels paid. Elizaheth Harwood, $7.90 straiRht, $0.10 tdacc, $0.20 show: Transform. $7.20 place. 
$7.00 show; Taniiie, $15.10 show. 

+ .Mutiicl field. ‘.Vuction field. Time, 2.‘!i!. 47. 54. 

Winner— 15. f, hv Marta Santa — Proclaim ttralneil hy J. Collins). 

Went to post at 4:.57. At iMtst 1 minute. Start had. Won handily ; second and third drlviiiR. Eliza- 
licth IlarwiNHl, away in a tangle, showed a high flight of sia-ed In RettiiiR to a prominent larsltion in the 
first quarter, saved Rrouiid on the stretch turn and held Transform safe in the final drive. Transform, 
fonanl to go wide, ran a giNsl race and finislnNl gamel.v. Taimie eseaiN-d most of the interferenee and 
finished with <1 nisli. Silver C. came witli a nisli after sm-iiring a clear course. Teiiorelt closed a gap 
and had no mishaps. Uosehm-g II. tired In the stretch. Willow Plume was almost thrown on the stretch 
turn. Pauline Pnreell was kmH'ked hack soon alter the start. 

Overweights — Silver <5. 34 iHHiiids. 



W >1 ^ SIXTH RACE— 1 Mile. (747715— 1 ::59ii— 3—94. ) $.500 addcMl. 4-year-olds and upwjird. 
4 C? -A. tA Selling. Net value to winner $."»f,0. 



Mu.T’k’tsSold. Auct’n 

Ind Horses AWtPPSt % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners str. PI. Sh. Sales. 



74675»W.VRN. GRISW^ELE 

74675 ST. VA1,ENTINE 

7476GBEAIT BRUMMEL 

74713 C.VMIEEE 

74743 TODHY HODGE 

74725 HITGHE.S 

74761 .SYIA'AN BEEEE 

74513 PRETTY MICH2VL 

74465 DUDLEY 

70069 QUEEN CAROLINE 



6 4 . 24 24 2- 16 iDk Heidel I’ Dunne 160 

3 9 46 3' 3' 3‘ 2» J Lee J U Strode 195 

5 1 1* loii 1“8 2* 3* V Powers JohnMarkleln 349 

2 3 36 46 46 41 4' E Martin W A Smith 22 

9 6 54 0' 5‘ 5' 5* Pickens J K Todd 81 

4 3 7' S4 9* 7‘ 6‘ Warren' A L Klrl»y 3 

10 8 S' 7' 6« 6= 7» Troxler F W Torreyson 6 

7 10 10 10 8' 8» 8* B Wood W Grater 3 

8 5 96 91 10 9' 9' Fogarty G W J Blssell 16 

1 7 5'J 66 7* 10 10 Bezanson C R Gaines 1 



J K Todd 81 
A L Klrl»y 3 
F W Torreyson 6 



Oakland Entries and Past Performances for Saturday, May 16. 



WEATHEK CLEAB. TBACK MUDDY. 



Tenth day. New Lmlsvlllc Jia-kcy Cliili. Spring .M«h‘11iir of 2.'! days. 



PresIdliiR Judge, C. F. Price. Starter, J. J. Holtnian. S«*«Teta*y. Lyman H. Davl 



Racing starts at 2;.'50 p. ni. W indicates whip, S simrs, 15 hllnkcrs. Figures in imrenihcscs following 
the ilislaiice of each race indicate Index numlxr, track record, age of hors«^ and weiRht carried. 



OAKLAND ENTRIES. 

Racing starts at 1 ; 10 p. in. (ChicaRo time, 1 
X Runs well in mud. 0Su|ierior mud runnel 
First Race— 3-4 Mile. 

4 year-olds and upward. Selling. 
(Track record: 72017 — 1:11* — 3 — 103.) 

Ind. Hors<‘i». IJec. A. Wt. 1 

(747i>2) Prince Fi%lerick 1:1:5* 5..100. . 

74719 Lord Nelson 1:12* 5. .119.. 

71785 Euretta 1;13* 15. .111.. 

(74:SH) Magrane 1:15 7. .103.. 

714!7«5- Triumphant 1:11* 4. .111.. 

74703 Ray Beiiiiett 1:11* 4..100.. 

747!>8' Mallei Hollander ....1:17* 4.. 97.. 

74821 Rather Royal 1:13* (5. .111.. 

7424«i Eyehright 1:13* 4. .107.. 

71P27 Prolific 1:13* 4.. 103.. 

7.392!) Ruth W 1:14* 5.. Hi!).. 

71309* Miss Ofllcions 1:11* 4. .105.. 

Second Race — lr2 Mile. 

■ 2-ycar-olds. .V llowaiices. 

(Track record; 74190 — 17 — 2 — 113.) 

71701* RIGHTEASY :47 105. 

71727* Captain John :47* 108. 

747t51 Horace 11 :I7* 108. 

71704* lYlozc :17* 105. 

71781' .Vniiature 103. 

741.52 Ornate 105. 

7:’>747 1’allas 105. 

7:::5S3 s5iUis io3. 

74515 Ray Welsh 100. 

Marehesa, h. f. hy 
Hey wood— Orsiua .. 100.. 

Third Race — 1 1-2 Miles. 

4 year-olds and upward. Allowamt'S. 
(Track record; 3:589 — 2:.'!2J — 0 — lo:!.) 

(717(8) .Vvontellns 2::>l* 5.. 107. 

(74782) JiN' Coyne 2:35* »..Hil. 

7478:5 J. C. Clem 5.. 9!l. 

7178.3 Is'gatoe ti..l0.5. 

71729 Edwin T. Fryer 2:37* 4..102. 



IimI. Horses. Rec. A. Wt. : 

74748 Nadzii 2:;t0* 4.. 9!).. 

74783 Logistilla 2:30* 0..110.. 

Fourth Race— 1 1-16 Miles. 
3-ycar-olds and upward. Handicap. 
CTrack record: 69580 — 1:45—4 — 99.) 

74717* Cloyiie 1:45* 3. . 88 

7478:5 Elsaro 1:40* 5. .HC, 

7178.3* Cahill 1:45* 0..10H 

(7478.3) Marstcr 1:45* r...l0»i 

t74.8ia»i Earl Ropers 1:47* ,5.. 9!) 

(74707) Fair Fagot 1:48* 4.. 88 

Fifth Race — 1 Mile and 70 Yards, 
3-ycar-oIds and upward. Selling. 
(Track record: 090."»0 — -1 :4.'5 — 5 — 100.) 



717 IS* 


Netting 


...1:415 


G. 


.14*2 725 


(7 iso:!) 


Toniiiiy ,Miejirii . . 


... 1 : 1.5 


:t. 


.10*: 720 


(74781) 


Vinton 


...1:145 


4. 


.DIG 715 


(747<M5) 


Lird Filigriiiie .. 


...1:4.'!* 




.101. . X7I5 


7I72S 


Baron Eslier .... 


...l:l!>* 


G. 


.108. .©715 


747G7® 


Martinmas 


. . . 1 : l.5i 


8. 


.I12..X715 


74G.‘!4 


Warte Nielit 


...l:lti 


s. 


.110. .©710 


74.51i!> 


Bolomaii 


...1:1.5* 


r,. 


.l(*2..X7tO 


744V>* 


Kdnardo 


....1:11* 


G. 


.117. .X70.5 


747GG 


Elevation 


...1:1.5* 


5. 


.110..X700 




Iiorado 


...1:IK* 


<>. 


,10!)..X7(¥) 


74803 


Darelngton 


...1:14* 


3. 


• 1O4..X7O0 



Sixth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

3-ycar-olds and ii|iward. Handicap. 

(Track record: 720:50—1:0.5* — 6 — 112.) 

(71(!11) Pajaroita 1:00 3. .118. . x 7.50 

(74719) Preen 1:05* 6. .10S..X745 

71:H)1 Grace G 1 :0« 4.. !)!).. X71.5 

(7I7:!I) Binir.t Red 1:<|« 3.. 93..X71.5 

71720 Burleigh 1:00* 7.. 112.. ©740 

74:52.3 St. Francis l;0t>* 5. .101). . x740 

73010* Early Tide 3.. 90..X7:5.5 

71318 The Broker 85 720 

The figures under “Rec.” in aliove entries show 
the la-st time made hy the horse at the distauca 
.since Juuuury 1, 1900. 



' Overweiglits-- 


Red Cloud. 


1 iHiiind. 






74811 


SECOND 

ward. 


RACE -3-4 Mile. (717r>.v-i:l2* -:!— <32.7 
Selling. Net value lo winner $.5(><*. 


$000 added. 3-year-olds aud u|>- 


Ind Horses 




AWtPPSt '4 % % Str Fin Jockeys 


Owners 


Mu.T’k'tsSold. Auet’n 
Str. PI. Sli. Sales. 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 

I The small figure under “Str.” shows the distance the horse was ahead of that next in the race. The small 
I figure under “Fin.” — unless the horse won— shows the number of lengths the horse was behind the winner. 



FIRST RACE — 3-4 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. (72017 — 1:11*— 3 — 103.) 

Index Course EHstTlmeT'ckOdds Wt St % H % StrFMn Jockeys Best Company. 

PRINCE FREDERICK, b. h, 6, by His Highness — Georgia Frederick (W. F. Rapp), Weight today 106. 
71762 Oakland 3-1 1:14 fast 6 113 ,S 7 7 fi'J pi W Kelly Kumi.ss. Old Si llier, Dr. Crook. 

74726 Oakland F C 1:09* fast I'lO 115 7 7 7 7'" 6‘* Mamh-rs EntrcNoiis, Preen. Eee Harrison II. 

74105 S. Anita 3-4 1:14 fa.st 10 114 6 6 6 7' 7* J Bullman Cobleskill, G.Balerio, RustllngSllk. 

LORD NELSON, ch. g. 6 , hy BL Carlo — Good Hops (L. Stock). Weight today 119. 

7471!! Oakland 5i f 1 :0.">* fast ::A Pif 2 5 0 0* 5* W Miller Preen, Biirii.Bii.sli, Silver S'loi-klng. 

7470:! Oakland F C 1:10 fast 8-5 I08 1 2 2 2'i IJ W Miller Nagazam, Mav .\inelia, Slbarl. 

71421 Oakland F C 1:10* East 5 109 1 2 1 I'i Ink w Miller KoroBllaiiy, Belmere, A. B. Cook. 

LURETTA, ch, m. 6, by Hermcnce — Itinerant (H. O. Bedwell). Weight today 111. 

717S5 Oakland 3-1 1:1:!* fast 3o pi2 4 6 6 6'» 6'i Eycurgils Cloudliglit. Col lege Widow, Nut. Sou 

74706 Oakland 1 1::!9* fast 12 I06 3 1 2 2 2J 4*i W Miller Vesme. Sidiiev F.. Belmere. 

74118 Oakland 1 1:11 fast 9-5 1"7 2 11 1 1* 16 W Miller Eiitrada, Nonie, Meiidon. 

MAGRANE. hlk. g, 7. by Balgowan— Amelia May (H. W. Hoag). Weight today 103, 

74.391 Oakland 3 1 1:15 slow 10 113 7 111' 1'" W Kelly Dr. Crook. Wait. Seasiek. 

740'28 OakI.and 5* f 1:08* fa.st 5 lio 1 5 3 2'i 26 J .McIntyreByron. Azusa, Irene Outtrlm. 

739-21 Oakland 3-4 1:14* fast 17 115 5 3 3 2'4 3'J W Kelly G.Handlon, C.ofDlaraonds, R’dw’dit 

TRIUMPHANT, h. o. 4, by Oerobtein — Erratnm (Keene Bros.). Weight today 111. 

74676 Oakland 3 4 1:14* fast 8 123 5 4 4 2'* 2* T Rico Talnrand, Royal Rogue, Mandarin. 

74441 Oakland F C 1 :10* fast 8 112 7 8 9 .5* 4** T Riee Elmdale. J. A. Murray. .Sevenfull. 

74367 Oakland F C 1:11* slow '20 106 9 6 6 66 4*i T Riee Pal. Tawasentha, J. H. Sheehan. 

RAY BENNETT, h. g, 4, by David Tenny — Princesca (G. P. McNeil) Weight today 109. 



5i f 1:0.5* fa.st ::A l"t 2 

F C 1:10 fast 8 5 I08 1 

F C 1:10* fjist 5 109 1 



• I LURETTA, ch, m. 6, by Hermcnce — Itinerant (H. G. Bedwell). 



Mii.T’k’IsSold. -\ucCn 
.Str. PI. ,Sh. Sales. 



717S5 Oakland 3-1 1:1:1* fast 3o pi2 4 6 6 6'» 6'i Eycurgils Cloudliglit. CollegeWidow, Nut. Sou 

74706 Oaklami 1 1::!9* fast 12 I06 3 1 2 2 2J 4*i W Milh-r Vesme. Sidiiev F.. Btdinere. 

74118 Oaklantl 1 1:11 fast 9-5 1"7 2 11 1 1* 16 W Miller Eiitrada, Nonie, Meiidon. 

MAGRANE, hlk. g, 7. by Balgowan— Amelia May (H. W. Hoag). Weight today 103, 

74.391 Oakland 3 1 1:15 slow 10 113 7 111' 1'" W Kelly Dr. Crook. Wap. Seasiek. 

740'28 OakI.and 5* f 1:08* fa.st 5 lio 1 5 3 2'A 26 J .McIntyreByron. Azusa, Irene Outtrlm. 

739-21 Oaklan.l 3-4 1:14* fast 17 115 5 3 3 2'4 3'A W Kelly G.Handlon, C.ofDlaraonds, R’dw’dit 

TRIUMPHANT, b. o. 4, by Oerobtein — Erratnm (Keene Bros.). Weight today 111. 

74676 Oakland 3 4 1:14* fast 8 123 5 4 4 2'* 2* T Rico T,alnr.md, Royal Rogue, Mandarin. 

74441 Oakland F C 1 :10* fast 8 112 7 8 9 .5* 4** T Rice Elmdale. J. A. Murray. .Sevenfiill. 

74367 Oakland F C 1:11* slow '20 106 9 6 6 66 4*i T Rice Pal. Tawasentha, J. H. Sheehan. 

RAY BENNETT, h, g, 4, by David Tenny — Princesca (G, P. McNeil) Weight today 109. 

7476:; Oakland 3-4 1:13 fast 10 116 7 6 6 46 4'* .Menlry .Ell.Slicelian. EraiiiaG., Korosilany. 

7458:i liMklaiid :!-4 1:11* giKMl ;t) 105 5 4 2 2* .'5* Mentry Belmere. Preen. J. W. f)’NeilI. 

74106 Oakland ,3-4 1:1.3* fast 5 112 9 7 7 6i 8'"AMentry Nagazani, Blondy, Seasick. 

MABEL HOLLANDER, b. f. 4, by Mazio— Circlet (E. J. Ramsey). Weight today 97. 

747!)8 Oakland 3-1 1:11 slop 12 97 3 2 2 3* 3'* E Siillivati Kntre Nttiis, Marwotal, Pal. 

73516 Oaklami 3-1 1:16* slojt 8 105 1 1 i-* R Davis St. Eilgar, Belmere. Baniiatyne, 

73424 Oaklami 1 1:40* fa'st 13 95 10 9 7 6 6* S" E Sullivan Bye Bye IE, Standover, AroiurE 

RATHER RCYAL, b. g, 6, by Prince of Monaco — Crowned Queen (W. W. Finn). Weight today 111. 

71821 Oakland 5i f 1 :"6* slop .30 110 6 6 7 7 7"itl’heiton 15. Kinney. Nallve.Son. Sil.SttH'kIiig. 

7.3926 Oakland 1 1:41 fast 6 pi.3 3 2 2 3 6' 6"iSnm1y Bye Bye IE. Standover. Mortihoy. 

5* 5* W Miller Preen, May Amelia, Ray Bennett. 



73875 Oaklami 



7-8 1:26* fa.st 21-5 112 



769 517 873 $68 

Mutuels iiald. King’s Daughter. $10.70 straight. $8.,s() place. $7.30 show; Great Pirate, $17. JO itlace. 
$9.20 show; Bottles, $8.10 show. 

'Aiieti.in field. Time. 2:5*. 47*. 1;i:5. 1 :'2'; 

Winner -B. ni, ti.v Ornament — 0n*''‘iilike II. (Iiained hy ti. Dt-tiny). 

Went to post at .‘5:.'i7. At m>st 2 mimilcs. Start gotMl. Won driving; seeond and third the same. 
King's Daughter la-gan slowly and had to he hard ridden for a half, moved ii|) fast wlien sir.alghlened out 
for the stretch nm and. finishing with a nisli. got up in the last stride. Great Pirate, luek.v throughout, 
sliowot great sfa-<Nl and. setting the pae<> fast, would liave won with an alert rider up. Martin clearly 
tlirowing the race awa.v «mi aiaaiuiil of taking it l«ai easy in tiie last furlong and failing to note King’!* 
Daughter eoiiiing wilti a rush. 15olil,-s ran a giHal race am! was prominent most of the wa.v. I)enec tired 
lifter going a giaai tliriH^-qiiarrers. Ordoiio will improve. I'surv sliowed speed, hut quit in the last quar- 
ter. Gilvedear ran fairly well. 

SeraliMied — 74.'5i>l Black .Mary. 8.5. 

• Iverwcights — Ib-ucc, 2 |M>mnls. 



EYEBRIGHT, ch. g. 4. by Rubicon — Chartreuse II. (J. Davis). Weight today 107. 

74246 Oil k la ml 3-1 1:13* fast 16 piS 7 6 4 4' 2* Dearlmrii E.Harri.sonlE, N.Raeinc, Tawas’ha 

7:i9;.3) Oakland 3-4 1:14* fast 8-5 ]i)2 8 8 6 6' 6'”AJ Hayes Nellie Racine, Sycamore. Ellerd. 

73789 Oakland 3 4 1:14 fast 10 96 9 9 5 S* 4'* J Butler Nagazam, Comhtiry. Phalanx. 

PROLIFIC, ch. g, 4, hy Lackford — Fertile (G. Durkcr). Weight today 1#3. 

7W27 S. Anita. :!-4 1:15* fast 8 I'27 5 4 3 3* 4" A D Roland .Vmhwlie. Elfin King. Miarji Boy. 

7:!9I9 .8. Anita ,">-4 1:11* slow 7 l'i2 3 :) 9 In* 12*A .1 Callalian.Viiiit I’olly, Slipiter.v. Graudita. 

7:5217 . 8 . Anita 51 f 1:06* fa.st 12 HH) 9 6 6 56 4"1 Vaiid'sen Korosilany. Orello. Creston Boy. 

RUTH W.. ch. m, 6, by King’s Counsel — Letter B. (J. B. Dunn). Weight today 109. 

73929 Oakland 3 4I;1l*fa.st 40 11.3 5 7 7 7'" 7" W FischerNellio Racine, Sycamore. Ellerd. 

7:!.'>.t;> Oakland 3-4 1:15* slop 15 110 3 5 5 5* 6* W Fischer Salvage, Prestige, Hulford. 

73519 Oakland 7-8 1:28* slop 25 108 9 5 3 4 5'J ri'"JW Fischer May Amelia, Dorado, Shenandoah. 

MISS OFFICIOUS, b. f. 4. by Meddler— Ballyhoo (M. Reis). Weight today 105. 

74.'569 Oakland 2 3::',«* slow 11-5 :i9 6 1 2 2 3" 3''J W Kelly Nadzil, ,I«H‘ Coyme, Telariils. 

74262 Oakland 1 1-4 2:05* fast 8 ;i9 6 7 3 3 5' 6'‘> W Kelly Eivlus. Gargantiia. Pontotoc. 

74191 Oakland 2 3:29* fast 3-3 89 6 3 2 2 1*J IJ Buxton * Tetanus. Talauiiind, Pontotoc. 



SECOND RACE— 1-2 Mile. 2-year-old3. Allowances, (74190-17—2—113.) 
RIGHTEASY, hlk. f, 2. hy Lackford— Edith Me. (W. E. Applegate). 



Weight today 106. 



74727 dak laud 


1-2 


47 


fast 18-5 


108 


4 


7159" Oakland 


1 2 


48* 


g.KHl 9 5 


105 


2 


744W Oaklami 


1-2 


48 


fast 7-10 


HO 


1 



2“ 2' .V Wiilsli Del f'ruzador. Frieze. Furnace. 

1* 1' .\ Walsh t'a|it.John. Mauretania. Delfruzador 

1' 1* A Walsh YakimaBelle. Osorine. Mauretania, 

il (W. Cahill). Weight today 108. 

4* 2' Goldstein Rlghteasy. Mauretania. D.rriizador 

3* 2' W Miller T. Hayward, NedJram, .M. Anguish. 



71761 Oakland 4A f 5::* fast 4 5 pi.'t 2 1 2“ 2' A Walsli Del f'ruzador. Frieze. Furnace. 

74727 Oakland 1-2 47 fast 18-5 1"5 1 1 1* 1' .\ Walsh t'a|it.John. Mauretania. Deirnizador 

740'29 Oakland 3J f 41* fast I 109 2 1' 1* A Walsh YakimaBelle. Osorine. Mauretania. 

CAPTAIN JOHN, ch. c. S. by Yellow Tail— Playful (W. Cahill). Weight today 108. 

74727 Oakland 1-2 47 fast 18-5 1»S 4 4 4* 2' Goldstein Righteasy. Mauretania. D.rriizador 

71590 Oakland 1 2 48* g.«Hl 9 5 105 2 6 3* 2' W Miller T. Hayward, NedJram, .M. Anguish. 

744W Oaklami 1-2 48 fast 7-10 110 1 1 1*J 1' W Miller Bill Eaton, rhllllstlna, Tanraa. 

HORACE H., br. c, 2, hy Prince Plenty — Hindoo Queen (J. F. Newman). Weight today 108. 

71761 Oakland 4i f 5:5* fast 16 112 1 3 3' a'-dReltig Del friizador. Riglileasy. Frieze. 

7:;779 S. Anita 4A f 51 fast 3 115 8 4 4® 4' Miisgr've Force, Frieze. Royal S'tone. 

7:!704 S. Anita 6-8 1:00* fast 10 115 6 7 5 76 9'* Eloyd Lee Rose, Del Cruzados, A. Aggie. 

FRIEZE, ch. f, 2, by Standing— Nellie Ben (Amell Stable). Weight today 105. 



ARMATURE, b. c. 2, by Santello — Armadora (Oakwood Stock Ranch). Weight today 103. 

71781 Oakland 1-2 49 fast 9 105 3 2 2"8 2*J J MehilyrePldlllstina. Seiii.FidoIi.s, Intonation 

71745 Oakland 1-2 47* fa.st 12 110 1 9 11 ll**l..l McIntyre Eistowel. HannahEoiilsc. A. George 

ORNATE, ch. f, 2, by Don de Oro — Orienta (W. Darker). Weight today 105. 

74152 Oakland 1-2 47* fast 16 102 4 9 9 9'*1.I MeliityreCosset. Royal Stone, Captain Jolin. 



71761 4)akland 


4i f 5:!* fa.st 


16 


112 


1 




3 




5 '®i Rettig 


7::779 S. Anita 


4'. f 51 fast 


3 


115 


8 




4 


4' 


4' Miisgr’ve 


T:!7o 4 S. Anita 


6-8 1:00* fa.st 


10 


115 


6 


7 


5 


7h 


9'® Lloyd 


FKIEZE. ch. f. 


S, by Standing 


' — ^Nellie Ben (Arnell Stable). 


74761 Oaklami 


4i f 5:i* fast 


12 


10.3 


7 




7 


7' 


3" W Kelly 


7 17"4 < *akland 


5 8 1:01 fa.st 


4 


9!t 


7 


3 


3 


3"t 


3' Goldstein 


74609 Oaklami 


1-2 48* fa.st 


8 


107 11 




8 


4=J 


3*i Goldstein 



71107 Oakland 
73459 Oakland 



1-2 48* fast 13 107 8 

3J f 42 slop 6 lOS 4 



8 SnV 6'* Menlry Cosset. Ocean Queen. False Nun. 

7' 6'" Kirsi-li’m C. Thatcher, M. Bright, C.W. Hodges. 



73717 Oaklami 
73689 Oakland 
73632 Oakland 
SOLUS, ch. c 
73383 < lakland 
72,577 Oakland 
72522 Oakland 
RAY WELSH 
74515 Oakland 
73076 Oakland 



3i f 41* fast 40 107 12 



12 12** Kirseli’iii 



PALLAS, h. f, 2. by Royal Stag— Beulah F. (H. T. Griflln). Weight today 106. 

73717 Oakiaml 3'. f 41* fast 40 I07 12 12 12 12** Kirseli’iii I’oniare. ttce.'in Queen. Yolo. 

73689 Oakland 3V f 41* fast 15 97 10 8 SJ S".*..! Butler On Parole. CarrieTliateher.Rosamo. 

73632 Oakland 3 8 3,'i* fast 12 103 10 10' 10'®fKirsch’ni Koscvale, Pomare, Ocean Queen. 

SOLUS, ch. c, 2. by Toddington— Solana (S. C. Hildreth). Weight today 103. 

73383 Oakland 31 f 40* fast 8 1"0 6 5 5nx 5'».VK Diigan Little .fane. Right Ea.sy, Carmtsa. 

72,577 Oakland ii 8 37* slop 8 112 9 9" 9"'JR Davis Apto Oro, Patois. Beaumont. 

72.522 Oakland 3-S 37* mud 5 118 1 8* 7'® K Davb Lee Rose. Beaumont. Arv. I.eoDard. 

RAY WELSH, b. f. 2. hy Ossary— Scintillate (W. St. Vincent). Weight today 100. 

74515 Oakland 1-2 48 fast 60 97 10 10 10 10" M .Murjiby Sir Barry. Bold. Larry Mulligan. 

73076 Oakland 3-8 37* hvy 40 104 2 2J 6'» Sandy On Parole, Modena, J. W. Fuer'.r. 

MARCHESA, b. f, 2. by Heywood— Orsina (Ormondale Stable). Weight today 100. 

First start. 



!>. f 


4lii fast 15 


97 10 


8 


SJ S''JJ Butler 


3 8 


3.54 fast 12 


10.3 10 




KM K)'®jKirseh’ni 


by 


Toddington — 


Solana (S. 


C. 


Hildreth). 


U f 


4"* fast 8 


1"0 6 


5 


5nk ,5"’JK Ibigan 


3 8 


37* slop 8 


112 9 




9" 9'®JR Davis 


3-S 


37* mud 5 


118 1 




8* 7'» B Davis 


. f. 


2. by Ossary 


— Scintillate 


(W. St. Vincent). 


1-2 


48 fa.st 60 


97 10 


10 


10 10" M .Murjiby 



THIRD RACE — 1 1-2 Miles, 4-ycar-olds and upward. Allowances. (3389 — 2:321— 0—103.) 



AVONTELLUS, br. h, 6, by 8L Avonicua — Centella (W. Freeman). 
71748 Oakland 1 1-4 2;0.",* fast 13-5 106 2 5 3 2 ‘2*1 l*i D Boland 

74613 Oakland 1 1-4 2:06* fast 18-5 1.10 5 5 3 1 16 I'J Kent 

74025 S. Anita 1 3-16 2:00 fast 2 107 5 4 4 4 4' 2' T Bice 

JOE COYNE, b. g. 6. by King of Coins— Com* Quick (A. J. Jackson) 
747S2 Oakland 1 1-2 2:3.5* fast 6 109 10 8 10 6 3'i I'J W Miller 

71748 Oakland 1 1^ 2:05* fast 10 I'B 10 10 9 7 7* 7» J Hayes 

74469 Oakland 1 1-4 2:06 fast 8 102 1 4 1 1 1' 3'J J Hayes 

J. C. (HJ5M, br. g, 6, by Ingoldsby — Irmena (W. Bt. Vincent). 

74783 Oakland 1 1-8 1:.51* fast 15 92 3 2 4 6 5*1 4*1 Galindo 

74729 Oakland 1 1-16 1:4.5* fast 12 94 8 5 5 5 .5J 8"iGaIindo 

74636 Oakland 1 1-8 1:53 fast 7 94 3 1 2 4 3J 3= Galindo 

LEGATEE, b. g, 6, by Belvidere— Legacy (W. Hawke). 

74783 Oakland 1 1-8 1:51* fast *J7 9 8 8 8 8'* S'" A Harris 

74591 Oakland 1 1-2 2::«* gmsl 3 KHI 1 .5 2 2 4® 4«J Ki-ogli 

74469 Oakland 1 1-4 2:06 fast 13-10 110 7 7 7 4 2* 1« W Miller 

EDWIN T. FRYER, b. o. 4. by Jnvenal— Speedy (F. WaUhanser). 
74729 Oakland 1 1-16 1:4.5* fa.st 50 95 11 10 10 9 SJ 7»i Liiidir.st 

746.36 Oakland 1 1-8 1:53 fast 7 97 5 5 6 6 6' .5*J Goldstein 

74.591 Oakland 1 1-2 2:36* giHjdl3-10 105 5 4 5 4 3= 3'J W Miller 

NADZU, oh. s, 4, by Lodowio — Salt Grass Mag (E. J. Ramsey). 

7474S Oakland 1 1-4 2:0.5* fast 9 UK? 8 8 lo 8 8* 8"l.Meiitry 

74.5!H Oakland 1 1-2 2:.'5K* gon»l 7 102 6 3 1 1 1' 2»6 Mentry 

74469 Oakland 1 1-4 2:06 fast 8 105 9 5 5 6 4J 2* Mentry 

LOGISTILLA, ch. m, 6. by Locohatchee — Searff (H. W. Hoaff). 

7478.3 Oakland 1 1-8 1:51* fast '20 105 7 9 9 9 9 9=' Sandy 

74636 Oakland 1 1-8 1:53 fast 16 104 6 7 7 5 4J 4*J Sandy 

74591 Oakland 1 1-2 2:36* good 3J 104 4 7 4 3 2‘i l»k Sandy 



94 8 5 5 5 .5J 8"JGaIiiido 

94 3 1 2 4 3J 3= Galindo 

-Legacy (W. Hawke). 

•J7 9 8 8 8 8'* 8'» A Harris 

106 1 5 2 2 4® 4"1 Ki-ogli 

0 110 7 7 7 4 2' 1« W Miller 



6' .5*J (Joldstein 
3= 3'J W Miller 



1' 2“6 Mentry 
4J 2* Mentry 



Weight today 107. 
Netfing. Pontotoc. Riihinon. 
Rubinon. NalMmassar. Elie. 
S'ilTcrskin, Elle, Sainrida. 

Weight today 104. 
RememhiT. Riildnon, Talaniund. 
Avontellus. Netting, Pontotoc. 
Legatee, Nadzu, Markle Mayer. 

Weight today 99. 
Marster. Catdn. Cadiclion. 

Gemmell. Critic. Lisaro. 

Frank Flitlner, Cabin, I.oglstilla. 

Weight today 105. 
Marster. Catiin. Cadichoii. 
Ix>gistnia, Nadzu, Edwin T. Fryer. 
Nadzu, Joe Coyne, Markie Mayer. 

Weight today 103. 
Gemmell. Critic. Lisaro. 

Frank Flittner, Cabin. J. C. Clem. 
Ixigistilla, Nadzu. Ix'gatee. 

Weight today 99. 
Avontellus. Netting. Pontotoc. 
T.ngistil]a, Edwin 'T. Fryer, Iy>gatee 
Legatee, Joe Coyne, Markie Mayer. 

Weight today 110. 
Marster, Caliln, Cadlchon. 

Frank Flittner. Cabin. J. Clem. 
Nadzu, Edwin T. Fryer, Legatee. 



837 431 750 $450 

Mntuels paid, Warner Griswell. $24.80 straight, $0.40 place, $7.10 show; St. Valentine. $10..30 place, 
$0.80 show; Bean Brummel, $0.20 show. 

•Auction field. Time. 24. 4S£. 1:1.3*. l:.3ftj. 

Winner — ^Br. g. by Omus — Sarah (trained hy F. Hanlon). , - 

Went to post at 5:30. At post 2 minutes. Start goo»l. Won driving: seeond and third the same. 

Warner Griswell forced a fast pace to the stretdi and. standing the final drive gamely. ojitsta.red St. 
Valentine in a hot finish. St. Valentine, hard ridden all the way and away In a good position, gained 

steadily and got up In the last stride for second place. Beau Briiiiiniel showi-d the most speol fw three- 

quarters, but was In clow quarters in the stretch run and tlreil sllglitly In the final strides, (amille was 
In dose pursuit of the leaders for a half and tired. Toddy Hodge lacked speed aud only ran fairly well. 

Tbc others were never prominent. 'The winner was entered for $500: no bid. 

Scratched— 74770»TlTollnl. 10»; 74513 Imbodcn, 108; 74700* Plantland. 113; 74743 Creel. 113; 74086 
Abu Soott. 107: 7472B Mary Otr. 102. 



FOURTH RACE — 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. (00.’>80 — 1:45 — 4 — ^90.) 

OLOYHZ, br. f, 8, br Camaroa— Clara Meadar (T. H. Btarans). ‘Waifht today S3. 

74747 Oakland 1 1-16 1:45| fast 13 88 4 3 3 .5 5* 3' Buxton Vox Popnll. Massa. ('entre Shot. 

74592 Oakland 1 1-16 1:46» good 8 94 1 6 7 7 6* 6*'JA Walsh Frank Flittner. J.C.Clem. Marster. 

74249 Oakland 1 1-4 2:05* fast 9 95 9 8 5 5 6* 6*| A Walsh Downpatrick, Cabin, Logistilla. 

UBAHO, br. h, B, by Ray al Baata Anita^-Baraa Up (E. J. Baldwin). Weight today 105. 

74783 Oakland 1 1-8 1:51| fast 6 107 8 3 , 2 1 4' 5®J Rettig Marster. Cabin, Cadlchon. 

74729 Oakland 1 1-16 1:451 fast 5 106 19 6 6 6 6n6 3*J W Miller Gemmell. Oltlc, Cadlchon. 

74594 Oakland F C 1:101 good 4 115 3 6 6 6* 5* W Miller Centre Shot, Cloudlight, The Mist. 

CABIN, ch. g, 6, by Pontiac — ^Ponebo (J. H. Brasnoa). Weight today lOB. 

74783 Oakland 1 1-8 1:511 fast 4 109 2 7 5 4 3s6 j McIntyre Marster, Uadiehon, J. C. Clem. 

74729 Oakland 1 1-16 1:45* fast 4| 109 2 11 11 11 10* 10>« J McIntyre Gemmell. Critic. Lisaro. 

74636 Oakland 1 1-6 1:53 Cast 11-10 108 1 2 1 1 !>$ 2} J MclntyrerraakFUttner, J.C.Clem. LogiatlUa, 







daily racing form. 



SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1908. ' 



1IAR8TE&, K t, 6 , by Fatb«rl«u — £ottr« (J. J. Walah). Wcieht todav 106 

7 «^ 8 aLand I i! 2 f-aWn. Cadirhon, T. Clen 

1 ^ 1.462 fast 7 lOb IJ 9 9 S <2 Sandy (icnirnoll Critio I isarn 

^91 Oakland 1 1-lti 1:4^2 pi>od 106 6 7 4 2 li 3« Kt^o^rh Kr.FlIttner, J.C.Clcm. A.Muskoday 

-‘-s ?:«■.& sat^ss,,. m„.v, T t‘i’,„s?s ;?• 

jafort.3 j-= !f; S l l S Si Y“'r“ 

c, 4, by First Xata— Bevica (J. T. Robbias). Weiaht todav 88 

746m mk and 1 t « 1 ^ 3‘ 1; AV Kt ll.v C.ipt. Burnett, Martinmas. E. Rogers 

5 A-VI « J Hi.? b 4 u 4’ 2 - Aaiid.si'n t'apfainRiirnett, Ten Oaks, Paleraon 

i4.k.,» tiakland 3-4 l:lu| fast 30 IW 10 9 8 65 3® Vaml’sen Nellie Racine, Pal, Entre Nous. 

FIFTH RACE — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 3-year-olds and upward. Sellini;. (fitWiO — 1:4,3 — 5 lOG. ) 

ireTTING, br. m, 6 , by Sain — Lady Hamilton (W. Walker), Weight todav lO** 

7^1- ^ ' 3.1 -A Harris .Avontellus. Pont,^t•^^U& 

74^7\iiP m I lm-i!v =“ J ^ ^ ) Harris rataline. (V.rk Hill, roluml.ia (Jlrl. 

i4.C..< 0.iM.ind lni.0.\ l.tljfast < K»r. 8 i „ 2 21 2J .1 Ha.ves Earl Rogers, Vinton, Ralph Young. 

TOMMY AHEARN. eh. c, 3. by Jean Bereaud— Beth Broeck (Menlo Stable). Weight todav lOG 

74;mk-; Oakland 11-10 l;t!l slop 17 91 r. r. .2 •_* 2=.. I'l Ziegl. r V.-nie M ap Sil.ari 

itvll I H!i !■■'"'! I 2 2 1 « y.I.-cl.T .Tolmll.. rol.je«e|l.'MIssM.BowdisU 



Weight today lOG. 



MARTINMAS, ch. g, 8 . by Martagon — Nekomia (E. J. Ramsey), 

74TOV I hiklainl lin2(iy 1 ; I 2 J fast l.S .I 12:! r. u 0 f> 41 \V .Mil 



Weight today 108. 
Silverl.ine, I.A>rdl'illgrane, 'I'enMaks 
Earl Rogers, Nelting. Vinton. 
M.I.esler, F. of Elgin, Ed Sheridan. 

M'eight today 112 . 



i.'i-’n.v 1 ; 121 fast l.S ,» 12:! r< u 0 r> 41 AV .Miller Fairl'agot Capl.ltnrnett E Rogers 

."*L t V"- 2 3 7 7 7>5 7« AV Miller Earl Rogers. Net ting. Vinton. " " 

<4.9.. oaklaii.l liii.uy 1 :l.,s g.HMl ., Ill, 2 4 4 4 3h 21. AV Mill. r Tavora. Montclair. Henry O. 



WARTE NICHT, ch, h. 8 , by Fonso — Lucasta (R, Friedman). 
T4m:i iiakland IniTuy 1:4IJ fast C llo S 9 S S 11' l:’"".l .\I 



M'eight today 110 . 



■ I 'C ,r*r o?r S 9 S S 11'1:-."’.I .Alelnlyia RoynlRiver. HI ('oi Cap. Korn^ilanv 

H" ."V ^ I ’-Si H ^ ‘ • "■ M'«r.vP..CIark. Card.Sarlo. ' 

<2C...l Oakland 1 1 IC 1 livy C lit:! 2 11 2 2nw 25 Crole MillSong, MlssM.RowiIlsIi, Rolom.an 

BOLOMAN. b. g. 6 . by David Tenny— Ella Boland (D. B. Fountain). Woi°-ht {odav IQ.* 

. 1.9 o.ak land 1 110 1 :17? fast 05 I'.s 1112 2 ' r.’l .■ |«.m an Lord IMligrnno. Im. vT- 



74191 Oakhiml ]ni7oy 1:1.'. fast C 117 1 1 1 1 pi 2-''” i''l>oiii.aii 

<I3:!2 Oakl.amt 11:42 f.a.st 3-2 i::ii 1111 Ink 21 (••lioiieiiu 



Weight {oday 102. 
Lord riligrnne, Eneyf.. Sl<-el l!liu>. 
ri.('..\ekerl<‘y. Elevation. Pasoilella. 
Rateway, .Mary It. Clark, Paladinl. 



EDUARDO, b. r. 6 . by Eddie Jones — Duckling (J. B. Dunn). Weight todav 117 

- 2‘i::-AV Ei.scher I.pgilee. Vinton. AV.H>l,.n. ^ 

H !9.!oak ai" 1 l_ It. 1 : IS;.: s|, , w S lu9 ., 4 3 3 3* 2'5 AV Kischer Ik.ill.. Hollars. Legate.' L rili-rane 

.4 — Oaklaii.l Im.uy 1 : Hi fa.st 10 1M9 1 0 0 0 4\ :!=.5 AV I'iseher Roggs, Earl Rogers, Tommy .Miearii 

jELEVATION, ch. g. 6 . by Dieudonne— Scotch Fir (Kenilworth Stock Farm). Weight todav 110 

^^;o:.klnn, 11_Ml:t0Mnst l:; in o l 7 9 9^ 4...M Eiligrnne. J.^n H ‘ fSi 

-j-el ! 1' V'V 'H' siiiarf o.a'ati Shori', Hariima, f'adlehon. 
<4ai,9 o.iklan.I 1 1 Ib 1:4. (T fast 7 IK! 2 lu in 10 lii’Mli'-' Smart Lord niigrane, Em-yC.. St.el lUiie. 



DORADO, ch. g, 6 . by Amigo — Fame (A. Koenigsberg). 

74o::.3 Oaklan.l 7 S I : !:'.i fast .".o lo7 11 II || ii n ll'.’Einn 

73Sr.o Oakland 1 1:12;! fast 2 |::7 2 3 :! 3 2 «k 2«k AA’ Milloi 

737SO Oaklan.l 1 MO 1:40? fast 10 pa; S S S 8 S S-* AV Mill.'i 

DAREINGTON, b. c, 3, by Tnddington — Dareza (W, P. Magrane). 

7 (sn;i < lakl.an.I 1 1 10 1:49 slop 12 ;m 7 7 0 r." .".'"' .A AA'alsh 

74747 o.aklan.l 1 1 10 1:1'.? fast M 92 0 0 0 0 0 li"".i''lHiiifaii 

<4.314 Oaklan.l 55 f l: 0 fii fast 15 10.'« 8 8 7 4'. 40. '.I Haves 



iteniiwortb Stock Farm). Weight today 110. 

9" |n'■•:Slll:lrt F.iinl I'iligrnn.'. J.ilm IE, Hiiardi. 

'' 2 De.'ati Shor.', Hariima, f'adP'hon. 

n'"ln''' smart Eord riligrane, Em-yC.. St.'el lUiie. 

Weight today 109. 

1 ll*’'H'inn Atnntel.air, AA'ap, Hypsv King. 

1 ,‘nk 2 "'. AA' Miller .Milr<>. lUtlomaii, I’ala.linl. 

S S"* AV Mill. r Carganliia, Ry.'R.velE, .Ar.Ofriclons. 
F. Magrane). AVeight today 104. 

AA'alsh Timmy .Ahonrn. A’esm<‘, AA'ap. 

0 ii'"M''lHiiif:iii A'ox I'opiill, Massa, Clnyne. 

41 4’i .1 Hayes .Adi'iia, Montclair, Itooger Red. 



SIXTH RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-ye.ar-olds and upward Handicap. (7202,0— 1 :0.">s—C— 112.) 

PAJAROITA. ch. g. 3, by Rey del Sierras — Annt Bird (H. G. Bedwell). Weight todav 118 

'•^e'V- * ro 1 * 1 'in ^ ^ ^ ' " MilliT Native Son. Commell, Milpilas. 

i ‘*h f' S .39? fast 13 10 II.-. 2 1 1 1-’ I'! \V Miller Native S.. 11 . Burleigh. P.iiriiiiigBush 

<l.!2.. Oaklan.l F c 1:09 East 13 10 HO 1 1 1 1=515 AV Mill.-r NatlveSon. DomiiinsArvI. Fantastic 

PRF.E’N, br. g, 6 , by Atheling — Pow Wow II. (B. Sehreiber). Weight todav 108 

74749 ....klan,l 31 f 1 :034 fas, 3 112 3 11 Fl"MV Kelly BnrnIngP.nsh. SiESEwkliJ^^^^ 



747 . 1 ; Oaklan.l 1-' <’ 1 :n9j,; fast 24 lie 1 2 1 lb 2'4 Uetlig ' 

743MI Uaklaii.l 3 4 1 ; 1 1 J g.H.,| 9 5 111 2 11 1= 2»' Kettig 

GRACE G.. ch. f. 4. by Albert — Mountain Madge (H. W. Hoag). 
74:Vi1 o;ikl:m.l O' f l:;l)2 sl.iwH 3 9<; 5 1 1 pik .r,« AValsh 

74333 Oaklan.l .3'. f 1 :ih; fa-st lo 9.S .S C 4 .3= I' Walsh 

74IKI.3 o.akl;tn.l 7 8 1:2Cifast 12 93 7 3 2 1 l"k .3'5 a AA’alsh 

BOOGER RED, ch. e, 3, by Rancoras — Heeley (J, H. Brannon). 
74731 O.aMaiiil 3’ f Ian! East 10 3 91 1 1 I I'l p. A Walsh 

74.314 < I iklan.l f,l f 1 :'h:? fust 9.3 H2 9 6 2. lb 3". E riark 

<4470 oaklan.l DifE'iO East 10 3 8S 9 8 S 8‘ C'l M ('lurk 



B. behreiber). Weig'nt today 108. 

1 IJ', AA' K.lly BnrnIngBiish. Sil.Sl.sklng. II. Hand 
lb 2-4 He, tig E.Noiis, I.. HarrisonI E, Kornsilanv. 
1= 2* Kettig B<lmere, Ray Bennett. .EW.t, 'Neill 
H. W. Hoag). Weight today 99. 

I'"'' A AValsh I.isaro, Sngarmaid, The Mist. 

•!- I' .A Walsh l!<s.g<*r R<‘d, Kirt'hall, Eiitre Nous. 
l"k 2,'5 A AA'alsh Th<*Mist, 0<a*an Sln.re, May.\m»'lia. 
H. Brannon). Weight today 9.3. 

1'' 1" A Wtilsh Nnlivi-S..n. Burn. Bush. 1 'ol.-lessiip. 
lb 3”. E riark Ailena. M. midair. Hari'inglon. 

8‘ C"4 I'l Clark Sei'iirity, Silv.-rSloekiiig, Here.ifler. 
(J. B. Smith). Weight today 112. 

4' M.ri.ain E.N<ius. Pre<'n. E. Warrl.souIE 
4 .E Mi'Cl.-iiu I’ajaroita, Natlv<' S'.m. Bum. Bush. 
2J 1b AV Mill.r I'ajarolta, The .Allst. Timothy AVen 
aplo Stable). Weight today 100. 

r. r.'= AA' Ki-lly Pa.iaroita. Nnfive.Sim. Homirm.sArx 1 



lb 3'’. E Clark 
8‘ C’4 H Clark 



BURLEIGH, ch. g. 7. by Ben Strome— Barcarola (J. B. Smith). Weight todav Hi 

-jic ’ -?M M *■ ■*' '’'■'■I'A'n E.N<IUS. Pre<'n. E. Warrl.souIE ^ 

0 J 1 o* r 7 r lie ? 11 1, Pajarolla. Natlvi- .S'.m. Bum. Bush. 

740.. 7 Oakl.md 3 4 1.E|ftist 7-a II- _ -2 2J 1 b AV Mill. r I'ajarolta, The .Allst. Timothy AVen 

ST, FRANCIS, ch. b, 6. by Rubicon — Why Not (Maple Stable). Weight today 100 

‘oo <'I"[' "'"1 I'i r'"', !’ i"- P 4V Kdly Pajaroita. Nnfive.S.m H.miiriu.s.\rvi 

^ 40 '- ( ■Ic -In 1 ’ - 4 1 04 'r V*:', r o ^ MoIiityreJ. Nitnnally. Siignrmai.l. Natlv<..S.m, 

< 40 . < o.iKI.in.l o 4 l.E? fast .e> loti .3 .. 4 r,'" Rargaii Burleigh, I’ajarolla. The Mist. 

(Fleur do Lis Stable). Weight todav 9G 

7 .. 0 1 0 ,s. .Aiiil.a 11 81::, 3 fast I..-10 92 4 1 1 1 .I. n.s. n E.l.T.Frver SldnevF BaronFsher 

1 1 n - * *’’ Mediek; Magazine, s’lanlev Fav. 

Anita 11:40 East 3 p .2 .3 2 2 2 2‘ 2b .l. ns. n Sidn.-y F.. (’eutreShot, Sum. ('loud. 



Reminder— Maggie J. (A. M. Covington). Weight today 85. 

H'.',; 1 -^ . ’-1 H' * "”1 "" " k 10"M lEiy.s J. AV. H’ Neill, Ho. lor. Elm.lai-. 

i 1 ''’’n s .3 S S .S (!''*5R Havis Alsatian. Eassen. Ponloloe 

<.,..S4 Oaklan.l 1 1 L fast lOO 121 2 Pulli-d up. J Butler BenvoIIn, (’onf.'dernle, P.ofOrange. 

Louisville Entries and Past Performances for Saturday, May 16. 

WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 

(liamllcapped for a fast track.) 

LOUISVILLE ENTRIES, i Ind. Horses. R.e. A. AA’t. Hden 



For differences in weight add or deduct 
5 points to the pound. An extra good 
rider’s average worth is 3 pounds. 

Radikg starts at 2:.';0 p. m. 

XRons w. ll ill mini. ®SiipiTlor mini rnnin '1 
First Rare — 4 1-2 Furlongs. 

2 y.'ar-.d.ls. Si lling. 

(Track reronl: i;.s,s(;<i 2—1 IK.) 

Ind. llorsi-.-i. R,.(.,. wt. 

717TS= ROMP 

74737= Pillion :.",3S int;. 

(TlTTKi Cass.iwai'.v :.3lii l(i;i. 

7l72.tc An.li'ison :3.3» llMi. 

7I73!1 .Kcrvii'i'iii .' :.3.'iii in I 

747.37 SIm' AVdf " nj', 

(717.37) In. la liKj. 

71<:9.3 Miss Ihipshurg :.3SJ Inn. 

717-2 1 M. Hall- -iT. 

7I77S .laik Patton KM). 

7(.3.3S Sihi'i'ine ps). 

72.3;i!) Hoi'.itliy AA'dili ln(!. 

H. im-r Girl. h. f. hj- 
.\rkl<. — Hi'g<‘ti<.ra !<• . 92., 

I’lirsh-y. di. t,y 

Nasi iirl him — Mo<i- 
ille. Ity Fi'< liter .... IOC.. 

Second Race — 3-4 Mile. 



Ind. Horsis. R, e. A. AVI. IMep. 

72,717- Kereheval 1 : inJ 3. . Km!. .07 |3 

71IS74 Cr.eii Sial 1 ; 12t 4. .Ill, 713 

717!'!= Ti'iah I:IU .'!.. tM:..XT4n 

TIT'.H'' AA’ool Samlals I . . lo3. . x 7.’!3 

747.3.S Evi lyn S .'!.. S7. . XT33 

7177<i Ballius :!. . 9n....7::n 

Fourth Race — 3-4 Mile. 

Eouisville Hamli.-ap. .<1.2.'.n ndilial. 

;! year oMs ami upward. 

(Track record: 7 IT.3K — 1 : 12.4,- 21 — 92.) 

(7I77G) I’hik.ila 1:I( :!. .ln.3. .0730 

717.3S ■fCliulila .'1:ll* !1. . lnl . . X 70) 

717.3.s= Colonel .Tim H.mglas. . I ill), (i. . O'S. . 07 in 



711n7 Altinla 1 : 12,5 | 

7 17.3!)=»AA'. T. Ovi rtnu .'! 

71201 Black Mary 2. 

7 li’.27= Oalntv Hame 1:E1 I 

7ni::.3 iTlK' AI.ImU 1. 1 I I 

TE’Ill ’lloiK'st :! 

*.AE Aimng eiilr.v. 
tYniiug A- I.aliolil eiitr.y. 

Fifth Rare — 4 1-2 Furlongs. 
2-yi*ar-o|ils. .A llowain es. 



-92.) 

2.. .ln.3. .0730 
2. .lnl . . X70) 

0. . Ins. .0710 

1 . .1"7. . X7’13 
.'!. .InO. . . .73n 



1 . . lo<). . X 
I. .Ill . .0720 
2...1OI..072O 





(Track record: 7I7.'..S 


:125 - 


:-!)2.) 




7479 ::® 


Eail.v .-AniK' 


:1U 


.5..D).'!. 


TO- 


7I,:27 


Lens 


:12* 


4.. IPS. 


.X720 


7471 ;:) 


Bariisilali' 




4. .10.S. 


. X 720 


7451it 


.Mi'ailii,vlir<H‘Z<» 


:I2# 


.5. .11)2. 


. X7ir» 


<1775® 


Bill lli'iron 


:i;!? 


sr». 


. X7E5 


71775 


E. T. 


ii;:? 


. Do. 


. X7E5 


7 « 77.5 


Fitia Ill'll r 


:II5 


:l. ss. 


■ XTIO 


747.'i<: 


Sloiur Hill 


:1 1 


5 . .DM. 


.071" 






:\‘M. 


4 . . KMi. 


. X7'M) 


74775 


D.'iiidy Danci'r 


: 1 15 


. SS. 


. X 7,M) 


7 |i:.’!2= 


Nani'.v 


;19? 


4. .DM). 


. XOD .D 


7t75i; 


Ead.v Baldiir 




:l. ‘.m;. 


. x(;;m) 


1 IlFJ 


Di'iiio 


:115. 


4 . . 102 . 


.©CS.5 


7 17.'.,:= 


.Moiiili'lla 


;Us 


3 . . .KS. 


. x(:75 


707<»r» 


.Maxioii 




. !NI. 


. . 


74742® 


Toplofl.V 


:17 


,‘E. Dt). 


. X(i.'.0 




Third Race— 1 


Mila. 








3-yi‘ar-ohls ami ii|iwanl 


Handicap. 






(Track ri'i'ord: 7I77(>--1 


:3i)s - 


! -1)1.) 




747 . 5 .S 


Pasailciia 


:10 


0..100. 


• X7.50 





(Track record: 


OKS,?.) 


r.i- 2 - 


-El'8.) 




74720) 


-Ailvancing 






111. 


X72.5 


7I4S1) 


Anne .Alctiee ... 






107 . 


. .720 


71774 


Aci|i,ia 






9.5. 


. .715 


71771 


Tapioia 




.5.5 > 


95 . 


X7I5 


TII’.TO) 


Bi'ii How<‘ .... 




•'•9* 


III. 


X'505 


7 ITt'iO 


Jim Fit 7 . 






9S. 


. .,r.() 


< I.5K5 


Emily .Mmaiiac 






9.5. 


X02.5 




I’ll Sliu«l<‘r. <'h. 


c, liv 










Si. (iailen— 


-( 'elia 










HI 






I)S. 






Sixth Race- 


-1 1-16 


Miles. 








3-year ohi 


s. Si 1 


injr. 








(Track rci-onl: 7 


719 1 


lo— . 5 — 112 .) 




7177.5® 


Hm-k 






90. 


7*>r. 


7l7t;i 


.Aiiiit Rose 


1 


«7J 


!)1 . 


X7I5 


747D7® 


SI. 


1 


IS 


10.5. 


X <E5 


71 li;.’!) 


Hostile Hv|ihi'ii 


1 


IS 


!)|. 


X705 


7WJ7- 


Thomas ('alhoiiii 








X70.5 


74711 


King’s Sou 






97 . 


©700 


7I7D7 


Bui'kct I’.rigade 




IS? 


S7. 


©700 


71‘:im) 


.Miss Mazzoiii .. 


1 






y 0 !M» 


7177D 


Ed Kaiii' 




IS? 


Si\. 


©i:s5 


7l7r,!> 


Simon AAcil 






u:\. 


. .uso 


7i,;.52 


.'I't 


1 


•'.2? 


91. 


XGSO 


71779 


Nazimova 




S7. 


X<’.75 


71.5)’4> 


Tom Ki'arni'y ... 






]o;!. 


. .CIM) 


The r 


giircs miller “Ri'f 


in 


above 


ontrii'S 


show 



the best time maije by the hnrsi' at the distan<-e 
.s'ince .lannary 1, ItHiO. 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 

The “nilds” flgnros In eonnedlon with horses at the present tmulsvllle meeting are the ealeiilatlons made 
l>y Daily Radiig Form anil liasi'd on inuliial i>o<ds. 'Hiey .are piihllshiM] In sudi 
form for the mere purpose of inedianieal uniformity. 



FIRST RACE — 4 1-2 Furlongs, 2-year-olds. Selling. (GS,K(X) — .34 — 2— 11.S.) 



IiKlex Course DtstTlmeTckOddn Wt St % H % StrPIn Jockeyn 
ROMP. b. g, 2, by Mazagan— Tenawha (T. C. McDowell). 

7477S E.uiisviHi' 45 f 34i fast 6 5 !»9 3 4 3' 2' Franklin 

74439 I>'Xinglon 1-2 .3o slow .3 1U7 4 2 15 1< V Power 

74;n:.3 Iicxlngton 1-2 49i gooil 0 1(17 3 4 44 4* AV (Mt 

74014 RCrouniEs 1-2 49J fast 8 HO 2 4 1*5 H C Kimrne 



StrFln Jockeya Best Company. 

>well). Weight todav 95, 

3' 2' Franklin Cassowary, Silverfoii. Teil.ly P.i'ar. 
15 H V Powers .Al.Eawrenee.AV’ooIwimler, (.toliiiiilms 
44 4* AA’ (Mt Von Biielow, Eiilield, Rosehiirg IE 

1'5 1’ C Kimmer Ea(IyT.eota, LlttleMo.se, Servleence. 



CASSOWARY, br. c, 2, by Giganteum— Hot Bird (H. Dots). 

7477s l..»uisvill<» 45 f .345 fast 13-3 103 2 2 I'' 1' AVarn'ii 

<4.311 Imxingtnn 44 f 5G2 fast C 106 4 f, r.® lb AA’am-n 



.7.’ .. ®* Giganteum — Hot Bird (H. Dots). Weight today 109. 

<4<<s l..»uisvill<» 4.J f .345 fast 13-3 103 2 2 B' 1' AVarri'ii Romp. Silverton, Teildy Bi'or. 

<4.311 Imxlngtnn 44 f 3G2 fast C 106 4 5 3* lb AA’am-n Columbus. Serenade, Phoi'heBrIgbt. 

<4410 I^jxington 1-2 30* mud 15 112 4 2 3* 3® AVarreii Hired, Transform, Silverado. 

73988 F.Orounds 3i f 4.34 last 100 110 13 13 134 13*5 J Watson G.,Marehraont, Dlsagri'e’t, Scantling 



AHDEH80M, b. o, 8 , by Box — ^Paradise Won (C. Karr). 

74739 l.,oiilsvme 45 f 335 Rooil 11 lol 2 1 I'j 2' Franklin 

74693 Iioiiisville 1-2 014 hvy 65 101 8 8 8' 5'* Franklin 

746.3S Ixnlsvllle 1-2 30? hvy 9 10 lol 0 4 2* 1* Franklin 

74383 Lexington 5 8 1:074 hvy 11 109 1 2 2 2'5 :»» Pii-keiis 

8 KMVICENCE, eb. e, 2. by Service — Innocemee (B. Sebreiber), 

747.39 Ixiuisvl Me 44 f 3.34 good 24 lOf. 1 2 3* 4=4 Ileld'd 



74693 I>->llisvMle 1-2' 514 hvy 19 4» 1064 1 

74C31 Louisville 1-2 30 hvy 16-5 lOG 1 

74201 F.Qrounda 4| f 66| fast U 106 S 



1« 1'* Hi'hid 
1* 14 Ileidel 
3 >t 3 ® lAetiert 



Weight today 106. 
Fiimlamenlal. Taphn-a. Servleence. 
SiTvIcenee, Fiinilumenta], Silverile. 
AV. Bread. M.I<awr’ce, E.IIawtIiorne 
Direct. Tony AA’., . Sllverite. 

Weight today 104. 
Fnnilamental, Amlerson, Tapioca. 
Fnmlainental, Sllverite, Alice. 
Fundamental. Solicitor, Koseburgll 
Fnndameatal, Plnkm, Lady L«<^, 



SHE WOLF, b. f, 2, by Cesarion — Harpy (L. A. Celia). 

74.u7 Ixiuisville 1-2 43? fast 40 1«1 5 5 3 h 3 

•74163 P. Grounds 1-2 o0| slow 20 112 1 4 5® 6 

74066 F.Grounds 1-2 4SJ fast 10 IO 65 IO 10 85 7 

73936 City I'ark 1-2 49 fast 5 106 4 3 35 5 

IN^A. b. f. 2, by loddington — Aliena (M. A. Neff). 



71737 Lojii.svMIc 
74720 Louisville 
74628 Louisville 
744S4 Lexington 



1-2 48? fast 9 Hh: 

1-2 5(^ hvy 29-10 10.3 

1-2 50? hvy 3 112 

1-2 484 good 5 110 



5n»):. Weight today 97. 

:>b :i' A Morgan Inda, Pinion, Lillian R.ay. 

5* 6®i J Howard Alice, Servleence, Silverton. 

85 7" J Eec Pinion, Servleence, Injury. 

35 5* J Lee Pinion, Lillian Ray, Alice. 

ff)« Weight today 106. 



1-1 lb E_ Martin Pinion. Eillian Bay. Alloc. 



15 2» Minder 



Advancing, EllliaiiRny, Guardalleen 
Alice, .AIlss llapsbnrg. Icarla. 



MISS H.^SBURG, ch. f, 2, by Hapsbtfrg — Mima Eon (H. McCairen, Jr.) 



6'5 V Powers AnnMcGee, Crys.Maid. AVil.Plume. 



.-•f , ’i 1 <ia .. . r i.» _ . a ■ .Tolmll. . ('ol..Iewe|l. MDsAf.Bowilioli 

.4,10 Oakland 1 1:41? fast o 113 < :> 6 . 6-5 C' /.h'gler (’apt. Biimctt, Fair Fagot, TenOaks 

▼INTON, eh. g. 4. by Sahine— Julia McGee (H. L, Jonea). V/cight todav 106 

l'l7, 2 ’■> D5 H’h. rton Standover. Ed Dav%. Pickaxm 



i'";’*!''’ 2 l‘i Il’h. rton Standover. Ed D.Vvis! PirkTwnr 

■^i'c3 <»‘!c I'iii -I A 2 H’herton Earl Bogers, Nctling, Ralph A’oung 

<4..6.S Oakland 1 1:10* fast u5 10-» C .. 2 1 25 2' .Alorelatid Karl Roger.s, Sen. AVarner, Paleiuou. 

Lady ReWca (J. Dinkclspiel). Weight today 104. 
-i-'^ I 1^ ] ■]2!; i 3. ^ ,1 I 2 ■’ “ ' ■ '''■I'M.'Te.Iolm IE. Ouardi, .Tolinstown. 

L4.!5 fast 9 o 99 1 3 2 3 4’ 2»v . I M. Intyr.' Silver Line. Ti-n Oaks. Standovei 

<4<l>- 0:ikhtn<l 3-4 1:145 fast 10 lo.> 7 5 4 4* 2® J McIntyre Aloiitdalr, Ttimaway, .Kightly. 



^469., fjoulsville 1-2 514 hvy 95 101 11 11 IR 9=='..K|t!rv)n 

<4628 lyDuisville 1-2 .30^ hvy 30 104 4 2 3* 3*5'Skirvln 

74aS3 Le.\ington 5-8 1:07? hvy 4 105 1 3 5 5' .3‘».’Skirviii 

74311 Le.xington 45 f fast 7 100 5 4 C' 9'*5Skiivin 

M_DALE, ch. g, 2, by oilverdalo— Miss McWilliams (Hughes Bros.), 
<1<24 Eouisville 45 f .3.8? hvy 13 liif;5 7 6 4.'. .3'= Ili'hlel 

74312 Eexin.gton 41 f .36? East 5 1"3 3 1 1 b li> \\- H,t 

74::S7 I>'xingfon 1-2 49 fast 20 101 3 5 5> 5=5 Pickens 

TATTON, ch. c, 2, by Howland — San Domingo (D. M. Bnink). 
.4..S Imiusville 45 f 315 fa.st 43 10:! 4 3 3* i:"".E Marlin 

T!.::9 L.uisville 4' f .3.35 good 2.30 1U2 .3 11 11 » 12'«‘.l ('.mndlt 

.4..02 1.,1'Xington 45 f 58# hvy .30 10:{ 9 11 IH 11=' Cancel 

74.309 Lexington 4' f 36? East 20 111 5 4 7® 7“5 Trox'ler 

SILVERINE. ch. f, 2, by Silverdalo — Minty Gore (J. W. Schorr). 
d.h^S l.i-xington 1-2 31? hvy 10 kn; i> :_-h 4">.'. Warren 



Weight today 100. 



11 11® 9=*i.Kk!rv)ii Servleence. Fundami'ntal, Sllverite. 

2 3* 3'5 Skirvln Alice. Inela. Icarla. 

5 5' .3‘»5Skirviii Lady Hawthorne, AllceBaIrd. Bal.ha 

4 C' O'USkirvin Cassowary, Columlms; .SiTi'iiaili'. 

iams (Hughes Bros.). Weight today 97. 

6 4-1 .3'= Ili'lili'l Tony AV.. Solicitor, Eight l!lu<>. 

1 1 b 1 'A aA' H,t Fpan. Banner. S'fowawav, E.KIIu'Ivn 

5 5' 5=5 Pickens Ton.V AV., Rosehiirg H.'. M.-Nally. 

mingo (D. M. Bnink). • Weight today 100. 

3 3= i:">5E .Marlin Cassowary. Romp. Silverton. 

11 11* 12"' .1 Counelly I'mid.iriK'Hlal, .Amlerson, Tapioca. 

11 11* 11=* Caugd I.ight Blue. Ben Howe. Silver:i.lo. 

4 7® 7“5 Troxler AVoohvinder, N.McKiima, .Silverado 

ire (J. W. Schorr). Weight today 100. 

2 2 b 4"*lWarren Char. Hamilton. Hir. Rowe. l)i-ala. 



-n-f,a f* 9 rk 1-2 48 East 60 lOo 6 8 10= 10 '= A Martin Ariondti., A. AicGeo, Y. Ilaiighter. 

-3032 (^iiv o I 1 ?- 1*2"’} “ ” l.T*JNIcol After All, .AIRs Imogene. Mav Lee. 

<.3254 ( Dy Park 3-8 Si.i gocol 7.o 106 1 lOnk 8 * Joh.an’s’n Ilar.layana. Si ren.ule. Alaraia. 

0 '’’ Woolsthorpe — Web of Fate (L. V. Bellew). Weight today 106. 

<-.». 1'. .rounds 0-8 3.8? hvy 10 110 8 13 13'-'"5E Smith .Mice. Cunning, Mrs. Sewall. 

First start for the following: 

DENVER GIRL, b. f, 2, by Arkle — Degenerate (T. Johnson). Weiht today 92. 

PURSLEY, ch. c, 2. by Nasturtium— Meddle (W. Gerst), Weight tod.ry lOG. 

SECOND RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (7473S — 1:125 .3—92.) 

'>1' Kinlov Mack— Bracogirdl* (T. C. McOdwell). Weight todav 10'’ 

7 Irin::: n ^ V V <:->bipro<.f. Enmli^of Mi^eE ’ 

H364 EexinSion 3 Milt# i I \ ^ 

7-10 10 s 1 1 1 1 ® 15 w (Mt Miss Stnone. Haulditk Dniid. 

V, Star Shoot — Qnnon Di'tox fP. Dnonol Weight todav 108 

Hor.Frn.u'i Irs I’/w^ I I Tx'oerner Coldproof. Dainty"^ D.^um.* D“L'.°®' 

HH- U^.uNvm%''*''‘'f Irma (Hughes Bros.). Weight todav 103. 

M^^iDOWBRr^^^ ^ ' l'5i’5 Pi’.'k.ms Eadr'Ann;::'''RuV,7e? Zia'‘'^^^ 

MEADOWBREEZF^. b. h. 6 . by Mesdowthorpo — 111 Wind (J. Arthnr). Weight todav lO** 

ISIS n ijS'P ill '5 Sfsm 



7,361 la-xington 3 I l:l.,5 goixl 12 111 10 

71241 F.Grounds 3 4 1:13? East 7 lio 2 

74o!tl F.Grounds 3 4 1:145 Ta-^t 25 112 1 



^77RR0N, br. c.^3. by Rnskin II. — Canges II. (W. J. Young) 



Alerriek. Darknight. Malmaisl'n. 
Barnsdale. l.ady .Anne. Rustle. 
A'aildo. B.-rlha E., Binlslayer. 
Haiiglily, VipiTlne. PiusllekHr. 

• Weight today 85. 



7177.3 Tauiisville 3 1 1:13= East II |in; 3 3 " 41 - 1 , 'i ‘i today 85. 

« te&s ' • 1 -,;y a i‘ I.'<1 Jii I ii; n'-j 

▼< Ruskin II. — Caloocaa (W. H. Fizer). Weight todav 90 

is J I • i 

<44.,8 la-xington 11:47 hvy 5 lOl 1 1 5 5 4* 5*>5Min,ler .Alortlboy; L.tus Eater Maela^^ 

J,7?>NCIER. ch. c. 3. by Box— Paradis* Woa (H. R. Baker). Weight todav 88 

<!<<.. la.uisviUe 3 4 1 :13= East ,A 110 1 3 3 iv. p Tavlor Anaehe Bill Herron a ^ 

7 ri-W'^ulsville "ll;l-?hvv 'n-os.f’alhmtn FdheK'arr 

i ::.7V a ; i ;l.‘.S eli 'i O i i ’ ’ ^ " ar. Criswell. Divore.'e, EsIellaC. 

<1— 4T. ,r unds 3 4 1.L?East 17 lo., „ 6 6 6 0"'M’ Hiiiry Erlzefle, Fronti-nac. Come Oti Sam 

ST()NER HILL. b. h. 5, by Orlando— Hanna Bell (J. Everman). Weight todav 104 

<l<..‘. L.insville 311:11 fast 12 I"*' 4 7 9 7> T"' .liio Hicks Eslidla C Alirndnll'n 

71 -Ti ^’Wi'Voi’'' ’'', ii V’i ’ J - b>". .Tiio Hii ks I'hdh ’( !(K>dw in. 1 )r SimV.a II. Rielcey. 

71 ill Igxtoni.a 3-1 l.„5 mud 20 los 6 8 8 8 8 '=.\V Powers .Alarve! P., .Alerriek, Bom.hrake. 

(H, McCarren, Jr.). Weight tmlav 100 

e!.< ! City P.ark 3 4 1:14 fa.st 30 10.3 8 9 9 4"k 6" Skirvin Belle Strimie Reln.I o,,<.<.i, 11 ,vi,-"’ 

7..622 I'.C.roun.ls 3 4 1 :1 15 fa.st 50 l'-)3 1 2 3' 7-'. Suml. r Roldu thssE tlannihnl Bey. '^Airship 

3. by Gallantry — Sararoso (H. W. Moseley). Weight todav 89 

<Ei. E-i'iisville 3 4 1:l:t?fas1 5 PM 1 l 1 3'. (:•'•). E Marlin Apadie BUI Hr rron' ‘ ^ 

I'.Gnninds 5A f 1 :0S5 good 15 110 7 2 1 2i' 9“ .1 H<.w:ird Ni-j-hl Mist M.i.' »!' 



<l7i3 r.onisville 3 4 1:l:t?fas1 5 PM 1 I 1 3'. CM. E 'l irli 

711.82 I'.C.roiinds 5A f 1 :0S5 good 15 110 7 2 1 2i' O" .1 H,,u- 

737.34 l it y Park 3 4 1:12? fast 20 85 5 5 5 3A 4» T Kiwri 

73<:(M F.Crotimls 3 4 1:145 East 9 100 6 3 3 2 * 3® Snmti'r 

NANCY, b. f, 4. by Hastings — Nineveh (J. R. Wainwright). 
7I,;.32 Eouisv’le 1 1 1i: 1:.324 hvy 115 103 1 1 2 2 2* 2= .A Mor» 

74.3.8.8 Trf'xinglon 1 1 8 2:0;# hvy 8 llH) 1 4 4 4 4 4"".F Burli^ 

71164 Ei'X’glon 1 1 16 1 :.315 slow 8 104 .3 .3 3 0 7* 7=' .1 Itiitlei 

J.ADY BALDUR, h. f, 3. by Baldtir — Odaliaohe (O. W. J. Bissell). 



7I7.',6 I.oui;ville .3-1 1:11 East 9) 99 7 6 1 lb 4". I'ogarlv 

74510 I.exiiigton 3 4 1:15 fast 12 97 <1 6 .3 6' 7= Fo~'iirrv 

70619 Ft Erie 3 8 1:015 fast 3 106 4 7 6 5 * 3= Miireland 

TOT.74 Ff Erie 5 8 1:01? fa.st C-5 lo7 2 4 3 35 l"it C Swain 

DEMO. b. g, 4, bv Bel Demonio — Calooean (P. J, Millett). 

71112 I.<’xington 55 f 1:115 inu'1 25 i 6 8 7* 7""S< reaeh 

70072 Eatonia 3-4 1:195 mud 91 3 4 5 5® 4* 'SkirvIn 

69916 Eatonia 1 1:42 fust 97 4 4 3 2 3‘ 5= Skirvin 

69871 I/vtonia 1 1:41| East 86 1 7 4 4 2b 2* Skirvin 

MONDELLA, eh. f. 3. by Carlton Grange— Cambrio (L. A, Celia) 
717.31! Tyiiiisville 3 4 1:11 fast 16 88 | I i n.'. A .Mor 

713.86 Ix'xington 3 4 1:114 fast 6 liH).A 7 7 7 7* 7» F liiirt 



8 8 8 8' = \V Powers .Alarve! P., .Alerriek, Bom.hrake. 

n (a pCarren, Jr.). Weight tmlav 100. 

.) .) 4 tik i,« .Skirvin Belle Strome. Relxd (jiii'i'ii Hasty 

J Escutcheon. E. T. Shipp. Spioii. 

1 2 3 7") SiimhT Roldii HissI, Haniiihal Bey, .Airship 

-Sararoso (H. W. Moseley). Weight today 83. 

1 ' I’ Al.irliii Apache, BUI Herron. Hnek. 

2 1 21' 9“ .1 Howar.l Night .Mist. Ida M:iy. Ap|de T.Mldy. 

5 .< 3A I* T K<h iii< r Robin HimhI. .Alerriek. M. Delariev 

3 3 2* 3® Snmti'r Finam-Ier, Unstle, Win. H. I.yon. 

Wainwright). Weight toilav 100 

1 2 2 2* 2- A Morgan Mortihoy. B.Briga.lc, St. V il.'iiline 

= ’ 4"".F Billion T.CnIhoiin, Buck. Brigade. K.I’owers 

•» T* 7-* J I’liitliT 

Weight today 96. 

6 4 lb 4". Fogarty Estclla C.. Afondilla. Poller. 

P J!! '''’-"rt.'' Merrl.k. Darknight. Malniaison. 

< 6 u> 3= Moreland Atihiirndale. Cntlier. F.. Elndal.afca 

4 .. Ink (; Swain M.Moi»re, IJayoiiLark. I>roi> SlUoh. 

™ Weight todav 102. 

^ r .'“’M reach Natasha, Elz. McEi an. Anna Si'.ME 

4 6 5® 4* Skirvin <;amilh‘, Agnolo. Bonehrake. 

4 3 2 3‘ 5® Skirvin (Miardl. Dele Strome. AVivdsfone 

7 4 4 2b 2* Skirvin AVoidstone. Blaze o’ldght, Ciimine 



cn. I. rf. ny uariton Grange— Cambric (L. A, Celia). Weight todav 88 

-li 'p Tyiiiisvillc .1 4 1 :1 1 fast 16 88 | 11 ^ .Morgan Estclla C.. Potter. I.ailv B-ihlnr 

r 7 7 7* 7* F Burton NightMIst. Condh-o. L-xIngi.'i.E-idv 

7...i!7 (.ity Park .35 f 1 ;n7? fa.st 5 Ki7 13 12 13 14 14='U Lie AVaiisan Risk Be«s AVnrd 

7.9137 F.Ground.s 5» f 1 .08 fast 8 102 3 .3 3 .35 3® AV AValsh Javotte, Bess ’ Ward. Flwence N. 

MAXTON, b. c, 3, by Cameron— Pensee Triate (W. Gerst). Weight todav 90 

7i'7i):> Ft Erie 3 4 1:15 mud 12 106 5 5 5 4b 4® Diibel Gilvedear. Frescatl if C Wl.Irlg' 

^ Cafhi'rlneF.. nd, .fliesnionii Alollew 

70340 Ft Erie 3-4 1:17 slop 15 112 4 3 4 7« 7<# Kunz Cllve.lear, Tom .Sha«T Fn-s.-all 



55 f 1 :0S? hvy 15 10.3 11 
3-4 1:17 slop 15 112 4 



it. I • — • ..... .....J* ..ii.i-ii.-iii, Kiiii rniaw, rri'Si'aii. 

Tir, TOPLOFTY, b. f. 3. by Order— Cupola (W. B. Littrell). Weight todav 99 

If.!; I'*’"!''''"® SI f 1:07 goods 91 3 11 21 2*? A Morgan Barnsilale. Boml.raki',’ f,iz.MeI,<>an’ 

<*^^1 T><*\in?ton slow 10 00 1 .? H 2- 2= F Hnrtan Kinfr’s Son. Morrifi»=M n^rnn 

7 ::.-, < 1.347 I.atonia 55 f 1:09 good 30 loO 3 3 3 4 uK 5<j I'ickeiis P.VIewBelle, E.Browri. Cath’rlneF 

7:’.!» 



THIRD RACE — 1 Mile. 3-yoar-olds and upward. Handicap. (71770 — 3 Of.) 



PASADENA, b. h. 6 , by Ben Strom^Blu# Belli (B. Vincent). Weicht todav inn 

• -IT.'S ia^»uisvilIo 2 1 ItlL'i fast 2-> Pt* fl f» fi M ITns.Acrncs, p.n] j \l\lnlli*r 

.2199 E.Groiinds 3-4 1:15 good 40 113 5 5 5 5 5'®rV I’owi-rs Jack Atkin, Lens Hyp.Viou II 

pM2F.Gr'nds 11-16 1:32 hvy 4 113 3 5 5 5 5'“ 5'=AV Powers Pedro. D.imia, Tih'lng 

72838 ( Ity Park 1 l;i65 mud 4 112 8 8 8 6 4A 4= V I’owcrs Temai'eo, Angelus, Sally Preston 

5,?.?™^yAL hr. h. 5 by The Commoner or Tithonus— Tom Boy (R. C. Brien). Weight today 106.’ 

1 f'oMt 45 " 110 1 4 3 4 3* 2= C Km^m^ I’olh pf 

’I' e e H 2 tWal. llVr west.’*"’’*''"'"- 



70280 Brighton B. 1 1-4 2:04? fast 112 6 5 7 7 7 7** W Knaj 

GREEN SEAL, b. c, 4, by Greenan — Goldseal (H, Clark), 

7tt87 Is'xinglon 3 1 1:11 good 13-5 10 !) 4 3 ;• ;;i \ IMwer 

T4;M2 F.Gr’nds 1 1-16 1 :IC? East 3-2 110 2 11 1 I'A 1 = N’ieol 

74121 E.Gr'n.ls 1 1-16 1:46? East 9-5 107 111 1 1 = ' 1 * Nolter 

7,!7..)» t ityPark 1 1—16 1:'15? fast 4 lo3 3 11 1 1 ® 2® E Dugan 

XraAH, b. c. 3. by Abe Frank— Charm (E. R. Brennan). 

74791 lAiilisv’le 1 1-16 1:16 fast 6 91 4 4 4 3 2' \ Mor... 



W Kntipp Dandelion. Redl..ear, .AllssCrawford. 

, , Weight todnv 110. 

A 1‘iiwers AA'oolSanilals. K. Daughter. .-MAluIler 
Nicol Carlhagi*. Royal F.en. P.anridgc. 

Nolti'r I’edro. Donna. ZIpaiigo. 

E Dugan JohnCarrolI. Temaceo. Polly Prim. 
)• Weight toilay 9G. 



TERAH, b. c. 3. by Abe Frank — Charm (E. R. Brennan). Weight todav 9G 

74791 Lmi.sv’le 1 1 - 1 .: 9 , 444 3 :P 2' A Alorg.an The Minks. W.. 0 I Sam fVs 

^4<11 r,ouisville ll:40#goo.l 3 91 1 4 3 3 3-> 3® E Marlin Lotus E.iter D. uco AVin-Ting 

, 1(,^) Liuisvill® 7-8 1:31? hvy 6 5 98 4 2 2 2 3= 2= E Marlin Morlilmy, Has. Agnes. Col.Tl.H.mgias 



74.5S4 l,exington 3-4 1:19J hvy 3 



.i .i- I-, .Martin .Mortihoy, Has.Agnes. CoE.I.H.mglas 

5 f. 2b i> V Powers .Mo<|uelle. Macla.s. Jmige Dentisi. 



E'YELYN S.. ch. f. 3. by Handspring — Myrtelna (G. H. Holle). 



747.58 T/iiiisvill 



11:,"! fast 50 



Weight todav 37. 



73990 F.Grotin.ls 3! f 1:07? East 100 IO 6 IIO 



|"AA Morgan Has. .Agnes. Col.,T. H,.ngla.s. AIMuller 
^ Hi'iilel Masipii-rade, Earl’.sCourt It (tiii'eii 

<393;» City P.ark 3-4 1:13# fast 30 95 9 9 9 9'® 9'®'Suml< r MomeiiDim. Grimaldi, c’ Easim in 

<2!ird ( Ity P.ark 1 l;4o? East E50 87 C 6 6 6 7 7*® Hufnagel L.ofEangden. HypcrionlE. Carthage 

BALBUS, ch. c, 3, by Alvcscot — Illustrious (G. J. Long). Weight todav 90 

74776 r,«mi.svme 1 1 ;.39= fa.st 4 87 1 I 1 1 3= 4' E Martin Pinkola. Lotus Eat.T Bol 1 1,".- ‘ ' 

GSS69 Chur. Downs 4 1-2 f 54 fast 121 4 3 4® 4* D B.diind John Marrs, G. Pirate Honest 

G7515 Aseot Park 5 8 1:01J gooil 118 2 2 3 4 4= T> Kol.and Martha Jane. Harvel .Alag-iziiie ’ 

67290 Ascot Park 4 1-2 f 545 fast 115 2 1 1* IJ D Boland Early Tide, Martha Jane, .Alaga; 

FOURTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. Louisville Handicap. 3-year-olds and upward. (747.58 1 :12?— .3— 92 .) 



"i 6= Hehlel 

9'® 9'®.'Siimlcr 
7 7*® Hufnagel 



PINKOLA. eh. g, 3, by Pink Coat— Wyola (W. H. Fizer). 

7177'; Ixaiisville 1 1:39? fast 11-10 91 3 3 4 4 2J 1* E( 

74723 lAaiisv’ie 1 I-IC 1:53? hvy 8-5 105 1 3 2 2 3 3* M 

71363 I.exington 1 1:42? good 1-5 109 2 1 1 1 1® 1® M 

74070 F.Grounds 1 1:39| East 4-5 1025 111 1 1= 1* V 

CHULITA, b. f, 3, by Kingston — Concertina (A. S. Latwid), 
71758 Ixuiisville 3-4 1:12i fa.st 4-3 h>3 1 2 2 11 4= J 

71659 Jamaica 55 f 1:06? fa.st 18-5 I 04 3 3 4 4* 4=5 AV 

Tir^lT Jamaica 65 t 1:07 fast 1-2 103 7 4 3 35 3® AV 

7136.3 Belmont 3-4 1:11? fast 4-5 104 1 1 1 2« 2*5 W 



[. Fizer). Weight todav 105. 

25 I» Kdmiston fjotus Enter, Roftfos, Dnlluis. 

3 3* MintJer Polly T*rim, Tlio Minks. 

1* Minder Macias, Torn Kcarm^y, Diinvcffnn. 
1® V Powers Ketchemike, Rexane. Masqueratle, 
Labold). Weight todav 101. 

11 4- J r,i'<‘ Has.Agnes, CoE.T.IV.iigla.s. AIMuller 
4* 4=5 W Miller Berry Maid. Woodlane, Almee C. 

35 3® W Miller Arasee. Youthful, Blacksheen. 

2* 2*5 W Miller WaveCrest. St.Ilarto, RridgeWhlst. 



70916 Sheeps’ll 



3-4 1:131 fast 40 



35 2b Troxler 



W. T. OVERTON, ch. c. 3, by Lackford— Right Wild (M. Young). 

71751) r.fiiiisville 7-8 1:26? fast 7 loi 1 4 3 3 :p 2' F Biirlo 



First Pri'iiihim. o.Hoiiestv.orlii.-iilar 
Far AVest, Quadrille, Sadler. 



BLACK MARY, blk. f, 3, by Star Shoot— Maribel (Mr, Curry), Weiht tieinir q 9 

'”*’*»*” Cl r f !Si 01 o-l o SI ^*’ •D'rlx'rt DalntyDnnie, .AIMuller. AV.Sanda’is. 

71473 Belmont 65 f 1;--| fast 3| 92 2 2 2 5* 5*® E Dugan AVave Crest, Oliert. Bridge AVhlst 

711 ^ ic V/i I 5 'S Callahan Marhles, fnnillta. Miss Delanev. 

71161 Brighton u-4 1:14 mud 25 109 6 6 6 65 7**1W McDi’reStamtna. Bonquet, Megg’s Hill 

hr. f. 4 by Handspring— My Fair Kentucky (J. W. Fermison). Weight today 109. 

<11.27 Ixmisville .5.1 f 1 :0<? hvy 1 104 6 3 2 2' 2« J Tan, Gohlproof. Deuce. Kiii«'’.sl)au''hter 

<E.6l I,exington 65 f 1:08 Kood 15 HI 7 4 2 2® 1*5 V Powers A1 ADilIer, AVool .Kandal.'i B-mihro 

<LC9 I,atonia 3-4 1:14 fast 20 106 5 6 6 5* 5* Ileldel C AV Burt BeatrleeK r'olnnJi>v,K' 

71292 I,atonia 3-4 1:15* hvy 9-5 100 3 1 1 2® lb C H ShlirgFr)i-tenak lX F-^ther? iTsnry 

THE ABBOT, h. c, 4, by The Friar— Goody Good fW. J. Young) . Weight todav 114 

70i;!.5 Buffalo Im 70y 1:47| slow 111 5 6 6 6 G 6'® Lycurgus Cobmosa. Right Roval Pollv Prim* 

69291 Eatonia 1 1-2 2:465 mu.l 114 3 11 1 1 # i" j i,oe Ue.Iganntlet, B.Brnmmel 

68687 Chur. Downs 7-8 1:28? slow 1021 111 2 2* 25 J Lee Cablegram, PhU l-Tnobf RedgSuS 

HONEST, b. c, 3, by Sorcerer— Prioolaoi (X. Tonne). Weight todav 101 

7l.!ll I,atonia 65 f 1:13 hvy 3 113 3 111 * 4*4 Pickens Lit.Osage. ColonelkdT J AM^artto* 

7(1121 laUo, .la 5 1-2 f 1 ; 10 | hv.v 118 3 1 1 2*5 .5= J l,ee ColonelLb. AlberK, BlaokD^^ 

70020 Latonia 6 1-2 f 1:08 fast 121 5 2 2 6| 6* Plcken. Chullta, R. C. Bann" Cloyii. 

M. Young entry — Honest and W, T. Overton. 

VoDug and Labold entry — Tb« Abbot and Cbo llta. , 



'*'»*»)• Weight todav 100. 

Burton 8fir Cleges, Darknight, Diiiivi'gan. 



71292 I.atonia 



7I311 I.atonia 
70121 Fiatoiila 
70020 Latonia 



Young). Weight today 114. 

^ycurgus Cobmosa. Right Roval. Pollv Prim. 

I lA'e Iteilganntlct, B.Kminmel. PlnkStar. 

r Lee Cablegram, Phil Finch, Redgauntlet 

... , , Weight today 101. 

»Iokens Lit.Osage. ColonelBoti, J. McCarthy, 

I l,ee ColonelRob, AlbortStar. BlaokDreso. 

®lckena Chnllta, R. G. Bann, Cloyne. 










SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1908. 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



FIFTH RACE — 4 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Allowances. (fiSSCO— .n4 — 2 — IIS.) 

advancing, b. f. 2, by Advance Guard — Our Jessie (D. W. Armstrong). Weight today 111. 

if'.?? J-^uiavUle l-U 5Us hvy 11-30 lo", ■} 3 1< 1* V Towers Lillian Kay. Incla, linardallecn. 

lajuisvilUi 1-3 aOj hvy 3i 113 3 2 1* !• V Powers SauUa. Malecou, Fair Mossenscr. 



ANNE M’GEE, b. f, 2, by Marta Santa — California (E. Corrigan). 
71484 Lexington 1-3 4Si good 3 110 1 3 1’ IJ W Ott 

74363 la^xington 1-2 4'.<i good 11 10 113 3 2 3^ P W 0(t 

74043 P. Grounds 1-2 43 fast 3-2 115 1 3 ?i 3» N'iool 

73888 City Park 6-8 1:03J slow 41 115 7 5 6 7> 7'<iNicol 

ACQUIA, b. f, 2, by Kilkerran — Ilmarincn (Talbot Bros.). 

71774 Ixuisville 1-3 48 last 70 110 13 7 7‘ Warren 



Weight today 107. 
CryslalMald. Willow Plume. Oeala 
Inrla. C. Hamilton. Miss Iniogenc. 
Arlonette, Lena I..ech. Y. Daughter, 
MarseAbe, Brougham, Y. Daughter. 

V/eight today 95. 
learia. Malecou. Miss ('ritteiideu. 

Weight today 95. 
Miss th-ittenden. 

. . Anderson. Servicence 

74651 l.oiiisvilie 1-3 50j livy 35 113 7 6 5>‘ B'*1J Puller Advaueing, Snnda. iLiIecon. 

ben HOWE. bi. c. 2. by Kinley Mack— Merry Order (D. T. Morris). _ Weight today 114. 



TAPIOCA, ch. f, 2. by Don de Oro— Lorna Dunne (A. C. Thompson), 

71774 l.<o]isvi]|e 1-3 48 fa.st 81 llo S S S* 6*v* Uezansun learia, Maleeou. 

7473;t laiuisvillc 4' f 55.1 gniKl 4.‘4) lo3 8 4 4' Rez.'in.son Fiinilaint-ntal, ,\i 



74»;70 ly.iiisville 
l-a-xinglon 
la'xiiiglon 
FITZ. hr. 
I.imisville 4\ f 
, l-duisville 



13 


Til? mud S-.5 115 




1 


1'5 I'i Tickens 


45 f 


r«x* hvy 31) lo;: 


1 


1 


I'i 2'i Frazii-r 


1-2 


50 slow 15 lo(i 


7 


7 


411 5" Frazier 


c. 2. 


by Lackford — Shoes (C. 


Pangritz). 


45 f 


54.) fast 311O m:: 


!l 




9'’5Keimed.V 


41 r 


58? hvy 250 loo 


6 


7 


7 (•'" Keiiiied.v 


AC. ch 


f, 2. by King 


William 


II. 


— Almanac (Mrs. 



HUCK, ch. g, 3, by Allan-a-Dalc — Miss Gussie (T. C. McDowell'. 
71775 Louisville :;-4 1 fast 15 104 13 jo ,s 

74510 la-\ingti.n 3-4 1:15 fast 13 101 8 7 4 

C0483 Grave.send 5 1-2 f 1:07 f.a-st 109 5 6 4 

69347 Gr.avesen<l 5 1-2 f 1:071 fast 105 1 1 2 2^ 2' 

AUNT ROSE, b. f, 3. by Hazagan — Klondyke (P, Dunne). 

71761 Lunisv'l.- 11 16 1:17 fast JO 30 :i 3 1 1 

74147 I’.Gr'nd.s I 1 16 1 :47» fa.st 8-5 '.i.'! 13 3 1 

7lii96 !••.( ifoiimls 7 8 1:261 fa.st 7 lOO 7 7 7 7 

7;:796 Tit V Park 11-16 1:4,8 goo.i 18 5 93 2 1 1 1 



ST. ILARIO. blk. c, 3. by St. Carlo — Ornini (Knebelkamp & Bradfleld) 



747 



7433.', 



l.«>ni:\|e I 1 


16 


1 : 17J fast 19 10 


lol 


13 6 


6 


1; 


4' 




J Howard 


1 .exiimtr.n 


1 


1:41). slow 5 


*Jo:* 


3 7 


5 


4 


::h 


3' 


J Howard 


K.Cr'iids 1 


1 S 


1:54; fast 12 




3 1 


1 


n 


4 


4" 


Suiiiier 


K. Gi’mls 1 1 


10 


00 




1 3 


3 




3* 


3" 


Y'' Towers 


TILE HYPHEN, 


b. c, 3, by Hyphen — Hostile 


(YV. 


E. 


Oots). 


l.exiiit;(iin 


1 


1 :41* slow 44 


93 


5 10 


7 


2 


1" 


T 


A Morgan 


I'M :i ’ nils 1 1 


10 1 :48 fa.st 2 


11" 


3 2 


2 


2 


2' 5 


11 


N ieol 


h'.Gr’nds 1 1 


1-lC 


1:50? slow 3 2 


no 


1 1 


1 


1 


1" 


1* 


N ieol 



746.', 3 Lxiisville 1 1:45;-; livy IS l<d 3 4 3 1 1- 1" Kogarty 

74461 la-xinglon 3 1 1:162 slow “0 ‘.i*.) 5 5 5 1- I'ogarlv 

74::s6 l.<-xiiigl(in 3 4 1:111 fast 30 103 5 9 10 10* 8“* J Baker 

BUCKET BRIGADE, ch. o, 3, bv Goodrich— Ficcola (J. Arthur). 
71797 Liilisv le 1 1 16 1:17-' fast 15 91 6 9 7 9 9' 9' • ’ Klh ii<ir 

7lit:3 Lmisy'le 1 1 16 1 ;531 hvy 31 97 10 4 4 4 3'1 Kllenor 

745SS la xingtiin 1 1 X 3:o31 Iivv 1 91 3 1 1 1 1" 3' T.lleimr 

74140 L.xinglon 1 1:48 hvy 8 91 3 3 3 1 1* D Kllenor 

MISS MAZZONI, b. f, 3. by Mazag.an— Rescue (A. L. Lehman). 
716!to Tiiiiiiec, 1 1 16 1 :r,r, tivy lo .8.‘, 1 1 l.<isl rid.T. Brannon 

71'.i«; I'inilieo 1 1;|3’? fast It 95 3 3 3 3 3" 3" MeTaliey 

ED KANE. ch. g. S, by Henry of Navarre— Cecil B. (W. H. Fizer). 



16 



6^ 



Tdiiiiston 
2' I'.dioisleu 
2* Kdmislon 



7li79 l,•l!Msv■|.■ 1 3 16 MMi! fast 
71735 l..iuis\‘|,. 1 1 16. 1:51-; hv.v 7 8St 3 S S 

716.3 Loiisvilh- 1 1:15>; hvy 11 5 97 10 9 8 

7446.3 la-\iiiglon 1 I:4li slow 4 lo:tt 6 5 9 9 5) 3't Minder 

SIMON WEIL. fh. r, 3. by Sidney Lucas — Marshetta (W. Grater) 
i'7'.9 l.<iiiis\ ille 7 S 1:''6-; last 33 h'l , 

714.8 l.;tli.nia 51 f 1 :o7g fast :’5 llo 4 11 



74 S" 
6 6 6 ' 6 '" 



I 'i< ken.: 

'I' T;i.vlt>r 

.1 1 l-e 



New York Entries and Past Performances for Saturday, May 16. 



WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK MUDDY. 



NEW YORK ENTRIES. 
(I’.elniont Park.) 

Kaeing shirts at |i. ni. <T|iieago lime, 

>. Kims w.'ll in iniiil. 0Sii|(eriiir niiid rumn 
First Rare — 7-8 Mile. 

:: y.-.al ol,l.< :ind apward. Ilaudien)i. 
I'illies ami Mares. 

(Traek r.eord; (;..n7 -1 ;22— 5— 12«.) 
liid. llor.s.*s. K.*e., A. \\'t. 

1 7 1787) Zieu.ip 1:25s 5.. 11 2. 

747.5'.' Tanliiiilii' 1 :27i .5.. I IT. 

TI'.TT' I'.iiny .3..10S. 

7166.1 Tins :ind Needhs ....1:30; l..lisi. 

718.3t Whip Toji ::..liMl. 

7i::slt Cion an PT. 

7I5M- Mi-s .\I:ir.inrie 1:20; :!..1iHI. 

7I6S;; Cr.iee ('aniemn 4.. SC. 

747si; Sand:il ‘.Ml. 

71121 l.illlep.n Maid I.. !*2. 

Second Race — 4 1-2 Furlongs Straight. 

3 year-olds. Selling. 

<Tl;iek neiinl: t:36s;i .■63—2—11.5.) 

TITSP- L! t ll.I.i; K lol. 

717-‘iO .Madrilene :.5.5! PV. 

7161.5) I':ill de Noyles 10.5.. 

7)75.5" Koy;ll C.iplive ._ !I6. . 

74666!" 105.. 

747.50 liov P^ . . 

7 17SP Mi<s Iligiil:iiid Pt>. . 

7;:l2t; Naslurtia ill . . 

7161 I r.liz.llielli Sweelie.v .. P6. . 

717.55 Meli^.-:l P6. . 

7I6S6" Tleasilig PI.. 

71750 llawkwilig !Mi. . 

74;’..52 Knai ill!.. 

San Vilo, hr. g. hy St. 

SiiiKiniaii 1 1. - Se- 

kra ins. . 

Third Ran — 4 1-2 Furlongs Straight. 
I'.isliioii Staki $‘3.o<»0 added. 

2 year i.ld..-. Tillies. Sfieeial WeiglitS. 
(Traek reeord: 626SP 52-2 — 115.) 

7470P'*Top Note IIP.. 

717:17) Cladys Loiii.se IIP.. 



Kee. 
1:I2i 



A. Wt. 
I. .nn. 

.loo. 
::..io.5. 
:t. . P5. 

6. . 105. 
.loo. 
.loi:. 
. 102 . 
.I'H). 

P!». 
P5. 
I. . PO. 
7. .i;;o. 
s7. 

6 . . 111 . 

4 . . P.5. 



-Meli.s 

71707 ♦Tiiiri.nii IIP. ...710 

74572 I'ield Mouse HP. 7;;o 

llainnieiliss, eli. f, liy 

Ilainhiirg— 'I'rigger 111) 

I.:idy Hiililiard. h. f. 
li.N Vaiikei — .Myrtle 

llarkiiess HP 

*11. I’. Whilney eiilry. 

Fourth Race — .>-4 Mile Straight. 

Tidioggaii ilaiidle:ip. :^4.'(Nio added. 

:: year olds and ii|iward. 

(Traek reeord: 1!5154 - 1:10 -.3 — 105.) 

(74523) i:od Kiver 1:12J 4 . . 1 1.5. . X750 



liul. Horses. 

7 1712- Rally Wolf . 

717:1.5 llerr.v Maid 
1;.'10.) I (71772) King James 
6sp;;(:"»'|>;iusvaal 
71770 Tar West .. 

7 ISO)" 1..I wreiiee 1’. 

71770 King Colialt 
7 177o"*Kes)io,,i|ciie 
7 1 IPS .Slargowau . 

7132.5 fNiinhiis 
72P11 Mollie Montrose 
1717 : 16 " Koekslone .... 

7152.3 Koselii'ii 

7173.5" Kosiniiro 

71610" Dreamer 

74712 lleiiiing 

7173.5 Cohort 

74 1st tKeiiliieky Beau -I 

*.f. K. Keene entry. 
tW. chiy (iilry. 

Fifth Race — About 2 Miles. 
Junior Tri:il Sleepleeliasi-. $2.0(H) 
t-.Viar-olds. Allowanees. 
(Traek reeord: 6.5i:*.8 -.'!:.5s; .3 — 1 

l71160)*Teiiarrls 

1 7201 .5 1 ; Sandy Creeker 

7 1::25"1 King (■:istle 

74172 tl‘erseveraiiee 

7 1 123"* Eeoiioinv 

71123 Mini MeCill 

*.I. W. Cidt entry. 

IT. J. Kainey entry, 
lllaniplou Stahle entry. 

Sixth Race — 1 Mile, 
n-year-.dd.s and upward. Selling. 
(Traek reeord: .57P 

717::.3" Zetliiis 

(71717) Kio Craiide .... 

7 ( 70 s .Viiiiiius 

717P1" y..il 

(717.52) Ihiiid 

Tisop .Sir TiHliliiigton . 

7ISOP Ki-alor 

717.52 Creeiio 

TIT.'hl" KiM-kslone 

71711 .Miss Delaney ... 

Siiiiiiiel II. Harris 

CaslIevviHMl 

Coniplete 

'roinm.v Waddell 
Isird Stanhope . . 

OU-rt 

(ireagiia 



idded. 

!T.) 

147. . 
1 IP. 

1 12 . 

142. 

1 17. 

1 17. 



■|7os 

•IT.'H 

■17S7" 

■|sl7 

■l.NilP 

■1612 

1752 



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1 




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:4-34 


4 


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.©7I5 


; In* 


1 


.101. 


. X 7 1 5 


; 1(1 


1: 


.1(11 . 


.©715 


; in 


t 




. X715 


: H.* 


4; 


.lot. 


.0710 


:I|S 


4 


. 1«H>. 


. X7ln 


: In* 


4 


. 


...71-1 


:r,n= 




. St. 


.®7ln 




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. X705 






. 111. 


. X7"5 






. s7. 


. X7II5 


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r. 


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. X7nn 


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:U»i 






. . 



126.) 

Index Course DIstTInieT’ckOdda Wt St "4 % % StrPln Jockeys 
ZIENAP. b. m, 5. by Florist— A llevUto (W. F. Echults). 

1 2 2 l.j I'l C Klims 

4 4 3'> 2" C Kurus 
3 3 3'i 2" Not ter 

3 3 3" .3* Mupgr’ve 



74787 HelmnnI 1 1 


13* hvv 


16-5 


131 




1 


74751 .lainaie.a 1 1-16 1 


17? fast 


6 


117 


2 


4 


74600 .lamaiea 1 1-lC 1 


17* fast 


7-5 


111) 


4 


3 


74547 Jamaii-a 1 1-16 1 


;49? kI<<w 


45 


IIS 


2 


3 


PANTOUFLE, br. m. 6 


, hy Ben Bruah — Fairy 


74751 J.aiiiaiea 55 f 1 


"7 fast 


30 


r.’G 


<; 




716>3 .lamaiea 55 f 1 


09? hvy 


3 


136 


1 




<4616 .lamaiea 3-4 1 


13? fast 


10 


117 


2 




74496 Jamaica 3 4 1 


14 fast 


4 


112 


.3 




FANCY, b, f, 3, by Worcester- 


—Regatta II. 


71574 .lamaica 3 4 1 


;1::? fast 


8 


1"6 


7 





71421 Belmont 7-8 1 :2f.jj fast 5 
7H61 Brighton 8-4 1:14 mud 3 
71143 G’vesend Al>3 4 1:1)91 good 12 



93 8 
119 5 
105 9 



PINS AND NEEDLES, b. f, 4. by Knight of tho Thistlo Bsndy Bu (H. L. LooL Weight today lOG. 



1* 1" Delahy 
Ch 7‘* Job Hogg 



71(161 Jiim.'iiea I 1 16 1:53 mud 3.’. IhO 2 4 3 4 

74531 J.tmaiea 1 1-16 1 ;4Si fast 15 117 2 2 2 2 

71943 Henning 1 1-2 2:45 slop 3i KHl 4 3 3 2 

WHIP TOP, b. f, 3, by Martagon — Toototnm II. 

7IS:!4 .\<|uediiet ,5-X 1 :n(i= giMsl .8 104 7 4 4 

71702 .A«iuediict G-S 1:00 fast 7 1"4 X .5 4 

71527 Jamalea GS f 1:07 fast 6 99 5 3 1 

71.398 Belmont Gi f l:07i fast 8 109 3 5 6 

OOWAN, ch. f, 3, by Armeath II. — ^Meadowley (Oakland Btabla). 
71380 lielmont 3 4 1:13J! fast 25 93 f> 6 6 7 .5^J <S Itiirns 

71143 G’ve.send AL3-4 1:094 good 30 9S X S 

70918 Sheeps’d 3 4 1:134 font 20 102 9 8 

70879 Sheeps’ (1 &S f 1:08J slop 3| 110 2 2 

MISS MARJORIE; b. f. 3, by Galore— Mariti (J. 

745.81 Pijnlico Iiii40y1:.50 slop 9-30 94 2 1 1 
74481 Pimlico 7-8 1:39? fast 2 10.5 4 11 

74430 Pimlico 3-4 1:14| good 20 93 6 10 



9 R Isiwe 
8"*|W Doyle 



GRACE CAMERON, hr. f. 4, by Lissak— Lida H. (W. C. Daly). 

71683 .lamaica 5i f 1:09§ hvy 40 94 G 5 5 4" 4 1 Y<irke 

74611 Jamaica 3-4 1:134 Rood 40 110 5 6 5 GJ .5"* Yorke 

74.!.53 Aqueduct 3-4 1:16 fast 25 96 5 6 11 11 ll**lYorke 

743<*3 Aqueduct 3-4 1:15 fast 60 98 4 4 4 4 4*J W Bums 

SANDAL, b. f, 3, by Disguise — Fairy Slipper (H. DeC. Forbes). • 
71786 Belmont 3.-1 1:13;:; livy 4 97 4 5 2 2". 7" E Dugan 

746.19 Jamaica 3-4 l:Hg good 8 92 9 4 5 3'i 3"1 Y orke 

74.'.95 Jamaica 3-4 1:13? fast 30 97 9 6 6 7" 7*'1W Burns 

74401 Aqueduct 3-1 1:14J fast 8 91 4 11 11 11 10=«iLang 

LITTLETON MAID, b. f, 4, by Hamburg — Rosa Btandish (B. F. 
71434 Aqueduct 1 1:414 fast 10 104 6 (1 6 6 6 5“ Bnissel 

:nu .Aqueduct 1 1:404 fast :» 101 8 7 9 7 7" 7**.‘Dcl!iliy 

74338 Henning lm40y 1:48 slow 7 104 6 4 2 1 3J 7'*”Brussel 

74142 Benning 1 1:44 fast 4 101 5 5 5 6 5 5" Brussel 



Weight today M. 

Pantonfle, Martha Jane, Colhxpiy. 
Prlsclllian, Peter Quince. .Montauk. 
•MaryHall. G.G.Hall. L-Corlnuc. 
Grapple, Cressina, Big Chief. 

Weight today 9<J. 
Ten.li.vt'ourtesy. PiHituon. CrackShot 
Grimaldi, JaneSwift. KiglitaudTrue 
Q. Marguerite. BlgBen, Hyperionll. 
Blaeksherp, Harcourt, Heknows. 
Flynn). Weiht today 92. 

Inqiort. Teaeress, Killiecrankie. 
•Tuggler, Molese.y. Smoker. 
Killiecrankie, Paiiiqne, Delpliie. 
Keidmoore, B. B. Y’aii, Undirella. 



Sn’ap. Xed r.irmaek. Silverado. 
I.igtit Itliie. Silverado. MeNall.v. 
Komp, MajorLawrenee, Wivdwinder 
Weight today 98. 
V. Kiielow. TraiGfiiriii. Woidwiiidi r 
Tony W., S^idicltor, Liglit I:1 ik'. 

_ _ . T. Sellers). Weight today 95. 

l.e\ingt(,n ,5-8 1:07" hvy .30 Pm 2 4 :: ::t I"' J Cioiindly l.ad.vHa wtliorne, .YiiceKaird. l’.at>li:i 

lOxington 41 f fast 16 100 5 * 4 7" 9'‘1J (.'omiolly M’lhile, SiiangledBanner, Stowaway 

HUSTER, ch. c, 2, by St. Gatien— Celia III. (W. Gerst). Weigiit today 98. 

SIXTH RACE — I I-I6 Miles, 3-year-olds. Selling. (7ITI0 — 1:16 — 5— H2.) 



SECOND RACE — 4 1-2 Furlongs Straight. 2-year-olds. Selling, (626,xn — .52—2 — 11.5.) 



Weight today 90. 

i‘ ' Kraiiklin Aiiaeiio, Kill Ilernm, Tiiiainier. 

G" ,5“4 Franklin Merrick, Darkniglit, Malmaison. 

4’ 4*J Jno Hick.s Monopolist, Scallop, Hollister. 

Jno Hicks Harcourt, Goldfinn, St. llarlo. 

Weight today 91. , 
iF. Marlin M. Kandol|>li, K.KrniiTl, Maliiiaisiui 
1" 1" C Henry Goldway. lateky Mose. Kelle Scott. 

7 7'".1<' Henry Liliis Eater. GriniaUli. Faust. 

1' ]' S’leslnger TailnsKrandt, TeoKeacIi. W.Tooler. 



LUCILLE R., ch. f, 2. 1% Sombrero — Graziosa (J. C. Goode). 

71789 Ta-linnnt 1-2 48 hvy 5 10.3 4 4 3' 2'J .MeTaliey 

71713 Timllco .5-8 1 :0SJ hvy 2-5 112 1 11 p® p McT.-ihey 

74663 I’imlico 41 f .5S hvy 2i lo9 1 11" PI MeTaliey 

MADRILENO, ch. g, 2, by Ethelbert— Old Madrid (P. T. Chinn). 

1 17."i Janiaii .a 5- 8 1 :ol fa.st 13-5 lo3 6 4 4 4'i r."', .Miisgravo 

746.86 Jamalea 5 8 1:03?. livy 9-10 pq 5 4 4 4s iit Mnscr.ive 

74570 Jamaie.a 4.J f GI? fast 8 5 lo3 2 2 2' 2*.t Sliisgrave 

74471 Aqueduct 4t f G5? fast 2 10.3 1 2 li 1‘" Musgr’ve 

DAN DE NOYLES, b. g, 2. by Box— Two Lick (J. Garson). 

,464 • Pimlico 1-2 .5<i? hv.v 3 lo!) 3 11" P. T Burn.® 

TliL") I’imlleo 4J f ;57? hvy 21 li>9 5 2 3"> 3"1 T Burns 

7 44.5:t Pimlico 5-8 1:03 fast 4 111 3 3 3 C" i5"i MeTaliey 

74379 I’imlico 1-2 49? fast 2 106 4 2 3" 3" F’hrother 

ROYAL CAPTIVE, ch. f, 

7175.5 .lamaica 5-8 1:01 fast 



71497 Jamaic.a 


45 f 


74;i:’,S Aquc<luct 


1-2 


TABOO, h. f, 


2. by 


7l6tn: Timllco 


45 f 


714.57 Timlicn 


45 f 


71366 Ih nning 


1-2 


74116 Itcnning 


45 f 



54? fast 
47.2 fast 



Weight today 101. 
Personal. Lady Irma. I'tlieiial. 
Arondack. Lurid. Kaginan. 

Sig, Talxio. Hawkwing. 

Weight today 97. 

Personal, Il.ivre. Iiidoiiiiralde. 

Pliasliig, -Apron. My .Mariiitdi. 

KamIde, Arlonette. Eliz. Sweeney. 
Instant, Distract. Cliipuiiink. 

Weight today 105. 
Ragman. Trappe. Pivotaligo. 

Lucille K.. .\1 Knseli. GoldeiiTastle. 
Mrs.Sewall. GeraldD.. .Antiiiiiii.Maid. 
M.T.Gr(“eiic. (IxforilKelle, Trappe. 
2, by Golden Maxim — Mary Stuart (Newcastle Stable). Weight today 90. 

l"-' 7 .3 1 It 3"i .Miisgrave Sea TlifT. Kossfeiitoii. .Melissa. 



Weight today 1C5. 
Iliislle, Vam-el. 

J Howard Hostile Hyplien. Ed Kane, Knslle. 

F.l’reniliiiii. A.Dufonr. Y'ankeeGlrl. 
Severiis, Salnesaw, Hans. 

Weight today 94. 

A .Morgan St. llario, Ed Kane. Rustle. 

Wlilsk I’room. Ed Kane, .Mliert M. 
Mas.son, l»orothy Ann, BoimdiiigEIk 
THOMAS CALHOUN, b. c, 3. by Knight of the Thistle— Tantalize Weber). Weiht today 92. 

74697 I.iiiiisville 3 4 1:1X livy 7t 93 X 7 3 3" 3" .A Marlin E. Slii|ip. Elliel Tarr, Tiiiaiieier. 

746.53 Loni.sville 1 1:1.5* liv.v 16-5 H"! 1' 5 4 3 2' 4"J V Powers King’sS'on, EdKaiie, Mar. Rainlolpli. 

74.588 I.i-xington 118 2:U3? livy 3 91 4 .3 3 3 3" P ,A .Morgan Kiick.T.rigade, KaliePowers, Nancy 

KING'S SON, ch. c. 3, by Ornament — Mary M. (G. W, J. Bissell). Weight today 97. 

74711 l,<iiiiM\ ille 1 p int giio.1 7 X9 4 3 1 4 4" .5-''' A .Morgan Ixvlns Eater. Hence. Terali. 



FORE, ch. f, 2, by Cesarion — In Front (L, A. Celia) 
71750 .l.aiiiaieii 5-X put fa.st 7 9|i !i 6 7 7, 



■|376 Aqiieiliiet 
73755 City Park 
72950 City I’ark 



1 

1-2 
3 8 



48? Last 15 109 9 

48* fast 9-10 130 1 
3.5* fast 2 110 2 



EdKano, .Mar. Rainlolpli. 'I'.Tallionn 
Toplofly. Merrilield, Heron. 
Niglit.Mist, Tondico. I.,«'xing(onI.ad.V 
Weight today 87. 
.Meada. Rnsde, St. llario. 

Mortilio.v. Nancy. St. Valentine. 

'r. Tallioim, Katie I’owers, Nancy. 
La Fa.vctle, Tlios. Tallioim, Orlaiidot 
Weight today 93. 
Tlenients. Ti«’k Sure. Kemiden. 

El I'orado. Delpliie. l.ois ( axaiiagli. 

Weight today 86. 
Wat. Cooler. Tivoliiii. Syiieliionize.l 
Mal-g. Raiidoipli, l.adyVie. .Maryiirr 
Kiiig'sSon. .M .Rainlolpli. 'I'.Tallionn. 
Hostile Hyplien, St. llarlo. Rustle* 
Weight toJa.v 93. 
SirTIeges, W.T.C Ivertoii. Darkniglit 
Dr. Malliews, Macias. I.adj' Martha 
T. W. Burt, Tiiikola, Slonenian. 



7Ii! 58 Jaiiiaii-a 


.'-X 1 


! :03 mini 




99 


2 


4 4 


71»,14 .lain.aic.a 


5-8 1:01? fast 


10 


103 


4 


m m 


7r3:.8 .\<nieiiiict 


1-2 


47? fast 


13 


10;: 


2 


3 


NASTURTIA, b. 


f. 2. 


by Nasturtium- 


-La 


Gascon 


7::i ’6 City I ’ark 


35 f 


4:’.5 fast 


3 


109 


s 


7 


7:::!49 Cit.v Tark 


35 f 


43? g<M«| 


16 


105 


r, 




7:V393 « ’ity Tark 


35 f 


15* hvy 


13 


lo:t 


f, 




73**19 City T.ark 


.3-8 


35* fast 


3i 


110 


2 




ELIZABETH SWEENEY, b. f. 


2, 


by Isia — 


Sadie S. 


71614 .l.aiimi<-.a 


5 8 1 


:ol." Past 


6 


!>9 


7 


X 7 


71570 J.anniic.a 


45 f 


.51? fast 


12 


lo:: 


r. 


4 


71i;*i Kenning 


45 f 


.5XJ slow 


4 


107 


r> 




74I5S Itenning 


1-2 


5i>? fast 


10 


mi 


1:1 


G 



9'-' G Swain 
.3= 3* E Dugan 
9" 9'«’llorinr 
31 :{'J MnS-grave 

(W. F. Mathews). 
61 5* J llaker 
4i 2®k J T.aker 
7"« 6". L Smith 
I'i 1" L Smilli 



71446 l.aliiiii.a 5!- f P07? fast .30 1ti3 6 

71:9:7 Ptioiii.a Gj f 1:09? fa.st 4 105 10 12 11 13" 12"’JC Koermw Ed Kane, Stoiieman, Overliy. 

APT, ch. f. 3, by Sciiitillant II. — Answer (E. Corrigan). Weiht today 91. 

74653 l.oiiisvilie 1 P 15; livy .55 le:; 4 7 9 9 91 ii'-'" W Ott King’sSon. EdKane. Mar.Rainiolpli. 

7:3il6 *'i(,\T.'irk 1 1 16 P5oi good 13 lo7 6 13 11 10 I'l* N'"'.l Pee Tolar Slar, Lad.v .Alniy, .Altiert M. 

73643 F.Gr'inis 1 1 16 P49i fast C I'l" 13 13 12 H lO'l 9'"l.'8uniler Ed Kane, WalerToider. AllH*rlSlar. 

73545 P’-Cr'iids Ini7oy P46? fast 10 iull S X 7 6 51 6" 1’ Heiir.v .Miss.Mazzonl, L. Kr.andt, Rliineslone 

NAZIMOVA. br. f. 3, by Maceo — Madge Doree (H. J. Harris). Weight today 87. 

747 i'.i l.oiiis\'le 1 3 16 3:0o,'. fast 25 91 1 1 4 4 3' 4-' E Griltin Waf.T<a<der, Tivoliiii, S.vin'liioiiiz< d 

717;t l.oiii.-xile ;:-4 P30 hvy 2::5 !i4 T! 13 T! 9" 5" E Crillin Koserrian, Floriilagien, Ellnd Tarr. 

74(.53 Eoiii; ville 1 1:45? hvy 25 95^9 11 10 8 Cl 5'"B5rillin Kiiig’sSiii, • EilKaiie. .Mar. Randolph. 

TOM KEARNEY, ch. g, 3, by Algol — Lady English (S. Goldberg). Weight tod.ay 103. 

74.'i*'.o I.exiiigion 1 1:49? hvy 6 9:! :: XX X 8 S'" -A .Morgan R. Tliaiiee, Washakie, Tr. Ealor. 

7t4>;» l>'\iiigton 1 Ptii good 30 97 2 3 3 4 4 4'"li JlasinT 'I'erali, Keep .Moving, Milford. 

74413 I.exinglon 1 P47 mini 15 loo 6 X 8 8 7* 7"* Kermalli Ed Kane, Rustic, Itlll Herron. 



8-0 104 2 3 2" li G Kurils J. II. Reed, 'I'lietis. Guy Fisher. 

* 2 1 11 I'l G Kurils Arionette. YHssHigiiiainl. .M. Widow. 

Potentate — Turca (Aftongreen Stable). Weight today 105. 

58 livy 3 1131 3 4 3‘ 3"1 T Koerner l.neiHe R.. Sig. H.-iwk’wing. 

'»■*? fast ,t 111 8 3 2" 2'1 .1 .A MeI'’’nAI Kiiseli. M. 'I'. Creeiie. ('iiniilng. 

G1J fast 11-20 113 3 3 2.1 P.l MeFad'li Hawkwiiig, ,\1 Kiiseli, Tlieek. 

57 good 5 102 6 3 I'l 1" McFad’n Aralia, Thajo'ron. Ter.soiial. 

Weight today 99. 

4" Garner I’ersonal. Havre, linlomiialde. 

9" S"'".^haw HIgliTrivate, FifzHerlo rl, (fne Jim. 

5'" 5".J .1 Pee Eliz. llarwiMxl. A..M(8;ee. HroiigliHui. 

I'i II* J Iao* SeaSwell, Ellz. Harwood. An.MHtee 

Weight today 96. 
Tersonal. Eneille R.. I.ady Irma. 
Havre. Force, Tersonal. 

•Arionette, Havre. Force, 
it. Tajilive, Arionette, .Mer. Widow, 
Weight today 91. 
Eliz. Harwood, Tony W.. .Arlomdle. 
Itoseliiirg 1 1.. Kroiigliaiii. Ham. Boy. 
Roseti'g M.. TIaiIxo'iie, Y’. Daiigliler. 
Myl.adyFranees, L.Ray, L.Tliilton. 

(P. H. Sullivan). Weight today 96. 

6' li" l> .Mi-T'lliy .Arionette. Havre. Force. 

4" 4»1 I'.riissel Ramide. Madrileno. Arionette. 

5 2" (pringlon 'rakalilra. Helen Hills. Hawkwing, 

4' 1® tl'ringlon Tli(>ek, Ronnie Kelso, Hnldy. 
MELISSA, ch. f, 2. by Star Shoot — Much Ado (P. ,T. Dwyer). Weight today 96 

7!7...5 Jainaica 5-8 Pol fa.st 2!, lot 3 1 3 3" I'.l D .McT'Hiy S.^a TlifT. Rossfenton. Rova ITapt ive 

1* D McT'tliy Klackfonl. S't. Witliold. l.advSwlfl. 
5‘ D McT’tliylndomitahle. .Mystify, My Mariiitch 
L & O. Stable). Weigiit today 91. 

t'l 3'1 I'rancis Madrileno, .Apron. Mv Mariiilch. 

4" Fniiicis .Arionette, Havn>. Force. 

9'=1TI MeD.an’lKoniiie Kelso, Thetis, Ramide. 

4'*! Francis .Madrileno, Toni Reid. I'isirai t. 

S. Tyree), Weight fod.iy 96, 

9'"'|) M.'T'lliy Tersonal. H.ivre, Indoiiiil ilde. 

4'‘.1 U Towell l.in ille It., Sig. TalMx.. 

5"1 T Kiirns Timiiiiig, .A| Itiiseli, Toiillict. 

Weight today 96. 

7'"lGanier Madrileno, Tom Itei.l, liistraet. 

4"1 ,'i|iaw D. de Noyles, ,M.( Iraiiv ille.l 'h.iperon 

1" Sliaw Clef, Al- Busch, Toiirf I.ady. 



7I535 Jamaica 45 


f 


.54? fast 3.5 


kk; 


3 1 


1" 


74313 .Yqinolnct 1 


2 


49? fast 20 




4 .5 


6" 


PLEASING, ch. g. 


2. 


by Royal Flush III. — Delight (1 


7'(i8ii .lani.aic.a .'i 


X 1 


:03? livv 15 


91 


1 2 2 


ill 


71611 .lamaiea 5 


-X 1 


:0i;r Past 60 


91 


10 9 X 


X" 


71423 .Aqilediiet 45 


f 


55* fast 20 


105 


3 7 


9" 


7i:C>3 .Aqinoinct 45 


f 


r.i;; fast r.o 


94 


3 3 


46 


HAYVKWING, b. g 


. 2 


. by Hawkswick— 


-Daisy W. 


(J. 1 


71750 Inmaii'.a 5 


X 1 


:oi fast 4'i 


lo:: 


.3 10 9 


9" 


71663 Tim lien 45 


f 


.58 hvy 35 


loti 


5 .5 


45 


7ir3.3 I’inilieo 45 


f 


55.) fast S 


110 


7 X 


75 


KWAI, ch. g. 2, by 


Banastar — Acidalie (F. Johnson), 


7I:'53 .\qin'<lnel 45. 


f 


fast 6 


|o| 


7 5 


7.6 


74315 Kenning 1 


2 


52? mud 3-4 


llo 


1 < 


6® 


73~x;:o Benning 1 


2 


51* hvy 8 


loO 


4 2 


3i 



SAN VITO. 
Tir.st start. 



hr. g, 2. by St, Simon! an II. — Sekra (Elkwood Park Stable). 



Weight today 108. 



Ildcp. 
. '71.5 
. XTln 
. X7 lit 
. . .710 
.©710 
.(J)7lo 
.©710 
. X 7.;.5 
. ©7:1.5 



X7:;o 

X7;;i_i 

©72.5 
XT20 I 
X70.5 



^^...^.^THIRD RACE— 4 1-2 Furlongs Straight. Fashion Stakes. 2-year-olds. Fillies. Rperial Weights. 

TOP NOTE, ch. f, 2, by Hamburg — Sister M.ary (H. P. Whitney). Weight today 119 

71.119 .lainaie.a 4I f 5t? g.H.dll to 107 1 2 3" 2* E Inigan Traii.e, Gliding Belle. Instant 

71176 A.pi.-dii. t 13 48? mst 4 PM! 3 2 1" 1" E Dugan TliistleBi lie, giieeii Eleanor, Opal. 

GLADYS LOUISE, br. f, 2. by Sempronins — Docility (B. & 0. Stable). Weight tod.ay 119 

7f7.;7 .laiiiaha 5 X 1:03 fast 13 I06 4 5 5 4' I'lG T.iiins Sister Thyllis, Tlielis, Ham.ida. 

MELISSA, ch. f, 2, by Star Shoot — Much Ado (P. J. Dwyer). 

7i75.5 Jainaica 5 X 1 ; 0 l fast 3 I 1o( :: 13 I!" 4“ I> 1 

7 1535 .lainaie.a 11 f 51? fast 35 l<j6 :! 1 1" 1" 

7i:!I3 .Aqiie.lui't i-2 49? fast 20 lo>! 4 5 6'i 5' 

UNIFORM, ch. f, 2, by Hamburg — Equality (H. P. Whitney). 

71707 .lainaie.a 5-S 1:01? gn.Ml 7 lo:: 5 7 7 7" 5'1 E luigan 

74197 Jamaica 41 f ,542 fast 4 lol X 8 X X""1II Imgan 

FIELD MOUSE, b. f. 2. by Hastings — Flittermouso (A. Belmont). 

71.573 .lamaica .8 X 1:00 fast Kh> 96 7 7 7 7 7'"’W Burns 

First start for the following: 



Weight today 119. 
MeC'thySi'a Cliff. Rossf.'iit.ui. Ro\ p '.i|it ive 
I) M. T tliyT.I:n-kr..r.l. St. Wi 1 In.ld. Ea.lySw il I. 

II MeT'thy Imlomilal.l.-, .Mystify. .\lj .Marinlili. 

Weight today 119. 
Tersonal. .Arionette, Havre. 

Boyal Captive, J. H. Bee.l, Thetis. 

Weight today 119. 
Fitz lIerlM*rt, Trance, Erliet. 



HAMMERLESS. ch. f, 2, by Hamburg — Trigger (F. Johnson), 

LADY HUBBARD, b. f, 2, by Yankee — Myrtle Harkness (J. E. Madden), 
11. T. Whitney entry — Top Note and Pniroriii. 



Weight today 119. 
Weight today 119, 



FOURTH RACE— 3-4 Mile Straight. 
-10.5.1 



Toboggan Handicap. 3-year-olds and upward. (i;.5ir>4 — 1:10- 



RED RIVER, ch. c, 4. by Fatherless — Lizzie H. (R. T. Wilson, Jr.). 



XTOii 
,xi;ii5 
. .i:;«i 
. .CPI I 
X'-xr. 
. .i:s5 



7452:{ 


.lamaiea 


3-4 1 ;12S fast 


3i 


113 


2 


1 


1 


1' 


7411.8 


Aqueiluct 


5 8 59? fa:-;t 


4 


IIS 


1» 


n 


:: 


O' t 


74279 


Aqu»Mliu-t 


7 8 1 :37* hvy 


34) 


ms 


5 1 


1 


1 


m"" 


70904 


.'4li<-eps’<l 


65 f 1:19? gooil 


5 


118 


3 


r 


6 


5" 


BABY YVOLF, 


br. g, 4, hy Hamburg — Geishu 


(H. 


F. 


74713 


•l.amaii’a 


51 f 1 :o7 gooil 


T 5 


126 


5 


2 


2 


2" 


<1640 


Jamaic.a 


3-4 1:14 fast 


4 


119 


2 


i 


1 


I'J 


71361 


Belmont 


3-4 1:12* fast 


6 


119 


5 


3 


2 


26 


71257 Brighton 


3-4 1:12* fast 


9 


115 


3 


1 


1 


1" 


BERRY MAID 


, b. f, 3, by Oddfellow— Rnbna 


(F. 


A. 


1 4 1 (H* 


Jamaic.a 


3 1 1:13 fast 


5 


120 


4 


G 




5" 


74598 


Jamai<'a 


3 4 1:T3J fast 


16-5 


110 


4 


4 


5 


4'Y 


7414X 


.Yqiie.iuct 


5-S .59? fast 




104 


4 


1 


1 


m 


74::.50 


-Aqinduct 


.3-4 1:14? fast 16-5 


103 


4 


2 


2 


1' 



Weight today 115. 



E Dilgaii Restigonehe, Rialto. Fleiiiiiig. 

3" E Diigaii T.erry Maid, King Tolialt. Roseben. 

2'i F’lirotlier Jack Atkin, Tlia|iiiltepee. Mo-liek. 
G* K Dug.an Jack.Atkin. Wesltuiry, DoiiEiiriqiie. 

Whitney). Weight t«>day 118. 

3" E Imgan Horace E., Grimaldi. RIne Heron. 

1* E Hiigan Dreamer, Bat.Masterson, Handzarra 

16 E imgan Dreamer, J.sek Atkin, Oraciiliim. 

I'J Nicol KentiiekyBeau, Clolsteress, Cressina 

Forsythe). Weight today 100. 

4’1 Slimier Golden Tearl. I’.ig Thief, Kosiniiro. 



I'l Mii.sgrnvc 
1" Musgr’ve 

KING JAMES, b. c, 3, by Plaudit— Unsightly (J. E. Madden). 
71773 Keliiiont 3 4 1:111 Past 2’ 111 1 II 15 1' 



7()0i:j Sheep. ]!ay 
69910 Slieep. Bay 
69711 Sheep. Bay 
TRANSVAAL, b. 
6s9;!6 Gravesend 
CSS61 Gravesend 
6S700 Kelmont I’k 



3^ 1:13? slow 139 3 5 5 3' 3"* Radtke 

3 4 P1::A fast 13S 1 2 2 2' 3«i W .Miller 

5 1-2 f 1:07 i fast 135 7 7 7 7* 4>i Radtke 

c, 3, by Commando — Royal Rose (J. R. Keene). 

5-S pooj! fast T32 4 1 1 16 2i W .Miller 

G 1-2 f po7ii fast 112 3 3 2 16 

5 8 1:00? fast 115 3 11 1" 



li 

1‘ 



YV Miller 
W Miller 

FAR WEST, b. g, 6, by Montana — Toucho Paa (M. L. Schwartz). 

5'.; .MeTaliey 
2( Garner 
6» Musgr’ve 



UN! 11 2 
IIS 7 
KH» 6 6 
102 5 6 



i 1770 Belmont 1 P:>8? fast 

74616 Jamaica 3-4 Pi::.? Past 

71S."i9 .Aqueduct 1 1::K) fast 

[ 71703 Aqueduct 1 1-16 1.-47 fast 

LAWRENCE P. DALEY, blk. 

71801 K. lmi.nt :! I PII?sloi) 9-5 13o 4 

•<1517 .fainaica Gi f 1:07 fast 13-5 123 2 5 

1 71475 Belmont .3-4 1:13? Past 6 V30 6 5 

71.378 Belmont 7-8 1:3.5? fast 9-6 100 3 4 4 

KING COBALT, br. c, 3, by Cesarion — Estelle 
71770 Belmont 1 p:i8? fast 5 to:; ij ;; 3 

ri6.57 Jamaica 55 f P'i9 mud 2 9 116 :: 1 

7459S Jamaica :!-4 l:12i fast 5 115 3 2 

74418 Aqueduct 5-S 59? fast 12 99 3 2 



King Colialt. Reil River, R<isebeu. 
Besom, HnIket, Cohort. 

Weight today 105. 

I M«-T’|liy Fair Tlay, Jaeotiile. Black Mak. 

Stamina, Thapiiltepec, Monoimlist. 
Tliapiiltepee. Fancy. Raymomi. 

Lady Winifred, LiveWire, Woodlane. 

Weight today 95. 
Royal V’ane, .Alatnla, Geo.TonaldIne. 
C. W. Hurt, Se.y. Beiitler, Fair Tlay 
Alanda, McGregor, Hari-ourt. 

Weight today 105, 
.Tack .Atkin, Restigoinlic. 1 kniTreolc 
Rig Tliief, Fleiniii.g, .Ailriami. 
Tressiiia, Ben Ban. Gretna Grcim. 



7 

7 7" G® R McDan’lRrook. Nymph, Monfort, Grct.fSreeii 

3, by Lissak — Eva Dinsmore (F. Cook). Weight today 100. 



.3 



Tile ligiires under “Ri-e.” in alMive entries sliow 
Ihe iM'st lime maile l>y tlie liorse at tlie distance 
s1n<-e January 1, I'.HIC. 



Nicol Tidonei.I.ick, .Aletlieiio. I lari furdBoy 

G 4* 2'i Nicol ’Tlie Squire, Masipie, Wooillane. 

5 2* 2’ Nicol Tfnch*. Onatassa. Earl O. 

4 2J 16 R McDan’lLadofLnngden, NnmtxTOne. EarlG. 
Whitney (Brownleigh Park Stable). Weight today 106. 
3 lo5 13"" R .\li-li;iii lJaek .Atkiii, Restigoin-lii‘. I N.ii( 'reolc 
1 I" 1*" D McT’tli.v .Masquerade, Hartford Boy. 

1 1' I'i D MeT'lliy Berr.vMaid. Rialto. Question Mark. 

2 2" 2» D .M<-(!'tliy Berry Ylaid, Red Itiver, Roselien. 

RESTIGOUCHE, blk. g, 3, by Com mando— Dancing Water (J. R. Keene). Weight today 102. 

7177*' T.idinont 1 p:i8? Past 4 !iS 2 4 2 2" 3" Deljiii.v .laik .\tkin, I6m Trisdi-. SpiHUier. 

71710 Jamaica 1 1 -1C 1 :4S.? goml 3-2 1"6 1 2 2 2 2 2“ Noller Jack Atkin. 

7453;! Jamaica 3-4 1:13? fast 16 5 104 4 4 5 4'i 2" Nottcr Red River, Rialto, Fleming. 

74435 Aqueduct 1 1:39 Past 2 105 6 3 3 3 3'i 6'" Notter Jack Atkin, Rifleman, S|MK>ner. 

STARGOWAN, b. c, 3. by Star Shoot— EUango wan (P. J. Rainey). Weight today 100. 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 

FIRST RACE — 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Fillies and Mares. Handicap. (6.5117 — 1:22 — .5 — 



Best Company. 

Weight today II2. 
Royal Lnil.v, Complete, Beckon. 
Triscilliaii. Killiecraiikii'. R. Lady. 
CaslIcwiMNl, L’tWiHiI. Killiecrankie. 
Light Wool, Berkeley, Eiiilirella. 
(Miu A. M. Karrone). Weight today 117. 

55 :■!" J BiTgen Tollispi.v, Griinniili. lloraee E. 

1' 1" .Miisgrave .Marllia Jane. Tolhapiy, Gr.Tameron 

56 5*1 G Swain Big Thief, Far West. Fleming. 

I'i I'i R .McDaiTlTroiitilemaker, Frizette, Mary Hall 
. WhitiMy). Weight today 108. 

4i 3" E Dugan Arasee, Lad.v Wlnifrcl, Rialto. 

7i X"i E Itiigaii Danoscara. Earl G., Don Enrique. 

G‘ 5*®4E Dugan Staiiiiii.H, Boiupiet, Megg's Hill. 

8 G" R McDan'lSiKHMier, JimGafTney, Nlmbns. 



1198 Jamaica 55 £l:(i7 Past 15 lo:{ 2 1 1 I '5 16 ,\otl 

70205 Brighton B. 3-4 1:14? mud 125 4 6 8 8*" 8'* J Lee 

692:50 Gravesend 5-8 1:00 gocKl 125 1 5 5 G»6 7'"lRadtke 

6S813 (Jraveseiid 5-8 1:0«| mud 115 1 1 1 1* 1* Radtke 

NIMBUS, b. g, 3, by Star Shoot — Lady Elite (W. Clay). 

7i:?35 T9»lmont 1 l:39i! fast 3 liMI 7 4 4 3 65 7'* Finn 

71142 G’vesend Ab3 -4 1 :094 good 3 111 4 2 2 3» .3*5 Nicol 

71104 G’ve.send 5i f 1:06* good 7-10 114 1 11 1" 1* W .Miller 

70880 Sheeps’d 3-4 1:15? slop 4 115 1 2 2 2* 5"i W 

MOLLIE MONTROSE, ch. f, 3, b.v Cesarion— Bezique (G. H. 



r:’9II City J’aik 
6.8711 Chur. Downs 
67800 F. Grounds 
67675 F. Grounds 



Fleming, Fair Tlay. Frank l.oni. 
Thapiiltepec, Smoker, Sir Cleges. 
Cohort, Masque Bar None. 

Alauda, Geo. Cousidine, Smirker. 

Weight today 99, 
Nnmlier One, Live Wire, E:irl G. 
Spooner, JiinGaffney, liiicle. 

Rt. llarlo, Aunt Rose, C. W. Burt 
Knapp Ben Fleet, Falcada, Heknows. 
Hollo). Weight today 95. 



-8 1:01 fast 6 95 4 2 1 4 ' 7*5 Dnlnd Prince Alinieil. ToyBo.v, RoliinHnod 

1-2 49? slop 118 1 2 3' 5* Moriarlty Ancient, Wooillane. Black Mary. 

1-2 47? fast 119 4 1 1* 1" Hogg Montls’rt, Bitter Sir, Tat Oniiis. 

44 f 54? fast 118 5 1 1* 1* Hogg D.of Dawn, L.Taroline IL, I,.Foster 

ROCKSTONE, b. g, 4, by Rockton — Lady Primrose (F. H. Milden). Weight today 90. 

7l7;i6 Jamaica 55 f 1:06* fast 15 I'l.i I 4 :t 3'' 3" E l.yiieli Big Ben. Incognito, .Pine Swift. 

71*ilS Jamaica 1 1-16 1:47? fast 10 97 5 1 1 2 6" 7"® 15 McC’lhySay lor. 'rroiildenniker. S. 11. Harris. 

74575 Jamaica 3-1 1:1;:;. Past 8 1"6 4 3 4 4* 4'*5D .Me(:’lliy Zai. Frizette. Blaeksljeep. 

71475 Aqueiluct 7-S 1:37? fast 6 HO 1 3 3 2 35 4* Sliaw Halket, Berkeley, .Maziiina. 

ROSEBEN, b. g, 7, by Ben Strome — Roee Leaf (D. C. Johnson). Weight today 1.30, 



4 4'" E Diigaii Berkeley. Tileing, Tnnildesiaue. 

35 4'* .Mii.sgrave M. Anion.y II., Molest'y. Zethns. 
2‘J 2* Beckman Right Royal. Beaucicre, P. Dailey. 
(H. B. Duryea). Weight today 100. 

4'5 r,®j K McDan’IBcrry Maid. Adriana, Ex|ilosion. 

4" 4“ Miisgr've King Colialt, Berry Maid. SpiMiner. 

Ida D.. .Marian Iionise. Requite. 
Parkview, Imitator. Lady (kirlnne. 

Weight today 97. 
Dorante, Falcada, Fair Play. 
Spooner, JlniGaffnej', Nliiibiis. 
Meelick. Firestone. Julia Powel. 

2 Bi 6"i\V Knapp Explosion, Fond Heart, Whip Top. 

Garson). Weight today 100. 

! 2* 2" McTabey Dele Strome, Lady Gay Spanker. 

I 1* 1" Liebert WiMilspiin, Taiiime, Proclivity, 

r 6* 6* R Powell Montbert, Dr. Lee, Male Fletcher. 



;i5:':: .Lamaica 
744 18 -Aqueduct 
70S!l;{ Sheeps’d 
70X66 Sheeps’d 
ROSIMIRO, ch. 
7 17;t5 Jamaica 
74379 Aqueduct 
71904 Henning 
71X95 Benning 
DREAMER, b. 
<1610 Jamaica 
7i:’4il Belmont 
71220 Brighton 



-4 1:13.? Past 3-2 l:’9i 1 :1 3 6 6"’ Sliaw Rod River, Restigoiielie. Rialto. 

5S 59? fast 8 5 l::o 5 6 5 45 4"i Sliaw Kerry Maid, King Cobalt. RedKiver 

7-8 1:25? hvy 1 110 2 11 1 1" 1" 5V Knapp Far West, Keator, Tliapiiltiqiec. 

3-4 1:12? fast 1-5 l::7 2 2 1 1" 1? YV Knapp Veil. First Premium. Bellwether, 

c. 3, by Pontiac- Nil Desperandam (W. T. Ryan). Weight today 87. 

3-11:13 fast 1.3 107 6 ;t 2 3* YY' Doyle Golden Pearl. Big Thief. RerryMaid 

7-X 1:37* livy 00 ' 93 1 7 0 9 9 ' 9'* MeCalie.v JnekAtkin, ReilRiver, Tliaimllepi'e. 



3 



16 3" W 
I'i 1* W 

Duryea). 

45 2" R 

3" 

3i 



Brussel 

Itriisse] 



3-4 1:16* hvy 13-5 114 4 1 

3-4 1:15* hvy 7 110 1 1 

g, 6, by Hamburg — ^Forget (B. 

3 4 1:14 fa.st 4 1T3 1 4 

3-4 1:12* fast 5 112 2 4 

3-4 1:12 fast 8 116 6 7 

FLEMING, ch, g. 4, by Rensselaer — Fon Mata (R. F. Carman). 
74712 Jamaica 55 f 1:07 gooil 7 105 3 ;: :: ;t6 ;5"* <: Burns 

<4(9k> Jamaica :?-4 1:16 mud 18-5 110 2 3 3 4'5 5* E I.viich 

74616 Jamaica 3-4 1:13? fast 13 5 108 1 1 1 2* 

7452;{ .Jamaica 3-4 1:13? fast 12 97 5 5 4 31 

COHORT, ch. c, 3, hy Cesarion — Ondalan (Oneck Stable). 



ri7:t;i Jamaica 
74:k'iU .A(|uiiluct 
69809 Sheep. Bay 
(965s Sheep. Bay 



3-4 1:1:1 fast 8-5 117 5 2 

3-4 1:14? fa.st 7 5 116 5 3 3 

3-4 1:12| slow T39 3 5 4 

5-8 1;00| fast 129 4 4 4 



Doyle Monopolist. Tlell Turney, .Sanguine. 
Doyle Falcada, Juliilee, Siiioker. 

Weight today 111. 
McDaiTlBali.vYVoIf, B.Mastersoii, Haiidzarr.n 
Baby Wolf, Jack Atkin, Oraciiliim. 
JackAtkin. PrinceHamhiirg. Hoorav 
Weight today 95. 
Horace E., Baliy YY’olf, Grimaldi. 
AlellietM*. Sir ’J’oihliiigton, Keator. 
3" C H .Shil’gBig Thief, Far YV'est. Adriana. 

4*i G Burns Red River, Rc.stigoiiche, Rialto. 

Weight today 95. 
4" 5".5Miisgrave Golden Pe.arl, Big Miief, Rosimiro. 
3'i 4'-4 E Dugan Berry Maid, Besom, Halket. 

46 4> R lA)we Colin, Meelick. Monc^llst. 

2| 1* U Ikiwe Almee C., Falcada. Fancy. ^ 



1 ^ 




DAILY RACING FORM. 



SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1908. 



XEKTUCKY BEAU, ch. g, 4, by Star Bhoob— Xratwsky B«U* IL (W. CUy). 



Weight today 100. 



744S7 L<'xinKton 3-4 1:14 rikmI 3J 111 5 5 5 5 5* I’ickt-iis WciolSaiMlals. K .Daiishtcr. Cr.So.nl. 

74361 Lexington 5i f 1;0S good 6 113 4 3 6 6* 5*J .las Hioks IV.iintyltanio, AIMiillor, W.S.indals. 

71823 Aqueduct 1 1:39| fast 6 103 2 1 1 3 5| 7*| W Miller Purslane. I>on Enrique, Killaloe. 

71767 Aqueduct 7-8 1:29 hvy 3 103 1 2 3 3 3} 4* W Miller Keator, Ben Ban, Don Enrique. 

J. K. Keene entry — Uestlgouelie and Transvaal. 

W. flay entry — Nimbus and Kentucky Beau. 

FIFTH BACE — About 2 Miles. Junior Trial Steeplechase. 4-year-olds. Allowances. (C5138 — 3:5S8 
^8—137.) 



FEMABBIS, b. g, 4. by Garry Hermann— Feninah (J. W. Colt). Weight today 147. 

74160 Bonn ing Ab 2 4:11 fast 3-6 137 6 5 5 5 3* l=i Mcln’ney Sir Wooster, Fin M.ncOool, Beldemo. 

73883 Benning Ab 2 4:18 good 3-6 137 6 4 3 3 3» 2» Huppe Percentage, Fin Mac Cool, Aiken. 

70490 Saratoga 1 3-16 1:591 fast 3 100 4 4 4 4- 4 3*i Beckman Nealon, Golf Ball, Yankee GlrL 

70886 Saratoga 1 1:391 faat 6 100 7 7 7 7 7* 3»J Notter Bye. Rifleman. Sir Buon. 

SANDY CBEEKEB, ch. g, 4. by Aloha— Turca (Hampton SUble). Weight today 149. 

72015 Bennnig Ab 21 5:11 fast 11-10137 1 7 6 3 2* 2> M Hen’s’nEcononiy, Monk. Puzzle, l.izzieFIst. 
71455 Belmont Ab 2 4:03 fast 3 132 2 6 3 1 I’i 1* Finnegan Keonomy. Touchwttod, Monk. Puzzle 

71341 Belmont Ab 2 4:10 fast 6 132 1 4 3 2 2* l>i M Hen’s’ n Touchwood. St, Nick. Economy. 

KING CASTLE, ch. c, 4, by Gold Heels— Sister Tenny (F. J. Bainey). Weight today 142. 



74325 Aqueduct Ab 2 4:24 fast 15 134 4 4 3 3 3 3-* IMipe< 



71179 Brighton Ab 2 4:11 fast 5 133 1 Fell. 



Jimmy Lane. Gus Straus. Kstiulrc. 



Finnegan Ambush, Judge Post, St. Nick. 



FEBSEVEBANCE, ch. g, 4, by Meddler— Castalia (F. J. Bainey). 



Weight today 142, 

74472 Aqueduct .\b 2 4:22 fast 1 140 6 6 4 4 D=“ 4» Dupee I’alm. Vervane, Motor. 

71996 Benning 1 3-4 3:13 good 1-4 120 1 2 2 2 2 2“ Notter Oraculnm. 

71422 Belmont 1 3-16 1:58 fast 16-5 121 4 3 3 3 3* 4»| R McBan’lTemaj'eo. Cairngorm, Welbourne. 

71287 Belmont 1 6-16 2:13| fast 10 102 3 3 3 2 2* li R McDan’lMcCarter, GretnaGreen, Yank. Girl. 

ECONOMY, ch. f, 4. by Voter— Frugal (J. W. Colt). Weight today 147. 

74423 Aqueduct Ab2J 5:18 fast 4-5 142 2 3 4 4 3« 2>= McAfee Rocket, Jim McGill, Thlstledale. 

74:i49 Aqueduct Ab 2 4:231 fast 4-5 145 6 4 4 4 4*® 4*» .Stone Rocket, Jim McGill, Vervane. 



Weight today 147. 
Rocket, Jim McGill, Thlstledale. 
Rocket, Jim McGill, Vervane. 



72015 Benning Ab 2i 6:11 fast 13-6142 4 4 4 1 1* 1‘ Mcln’ney San.Creeker, Mon.Puzzle, Llz.Flat. 



71959 Benning Ab 2 4:26 hvy 6-6 142 5 1 1 1 1* 1* McAfee MonkcyPuzzle. FlnMacCool, Canvas 

JIM M’GILL, b. c, 4, by Handsome — Mariamne (Hampton Stable). Weight today 147. 

74423 Aqueduct Ab2i 6:18 fast 1 l.’.o 3 2 2 3 4 3** .M llen’son R«x-ket, Economy, Tliistledale. 

74349 Aqueduct Ab 2 4:23| fast 8-5 132 2 2 2 2 Ih ‘2* M llen’s«iii Rm ket. Vervane, Keonomy. 

74.301 Aqueduct Ab 2 4:39 fast 6-5 1.30 2 1 1 1 1“ 1*"»M IIcn’sonDr.Hellsworth. GnsStrans, Esquire. 

74277 Aqueduct Ab 2 4:32 hvy 12 130 3 3 3 3 3» 3>« M Heu’souPercentage, J. Lane, Pagan Bey. 

Hampton Stable entry — Sandy Cro<‘ker and Jim McGill. 

1’. J. Rainey entry — King Castle ami Perseverance. 

J. W. Colt entry — Economy and I’euarrls. 

SIXTH BACE — 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (oT'JS-l — 1:37?. — 3 — 101.) 

ZETHVS, h, c, 4, by Previous — Carmencita (E. Bauer). Weight today 104, 

74733 Jamaica 1 1-16 1 : 47? fast 4 los 3 5 5 4 4® 3">iK l>ugan Juggler. Pretension, Masleroff raft. 

746.-.9 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:51* mud 3 110 2 3 1 1 1* 1* F. Dugan nnibl. Cliantilly. Samuel 11. Harris 

74r.9;» J.amaica 1 1-16 1:48? fa.st 3 loS 5 2 3 3 3'i I'J E Dugan Cliief Hayes, fbaiil illy. Cymbal. 

74521 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:48? fast 4J 97 5 4 4 4 4‘» 3« Garner M.Antonyll., Molesiy, P.ANeedles. 

BIO GBANDE, b. Ik 4, by Pessara— Valora (D. K. Kerr). Weight today 92. 

74717 Pimlico 11:53 livv 8-5 149 2 2 3 2 2- D Mr D KerrPaii de Oro. Fancy Bird. 

74668 Pimlico 1 1-8 2:oi hvy 7 112 3 3 2 2 2« 2« C Kmmer Clements, Holsclier. laird Badge. 

ANIMUS, hr. g. 4, hy Lord Esterling— Animoso (G. W. Langdon). Weight today 101 



74708 .lamaii-a 1 1-16 1:49? goial 15 108 9 7 9 in 

74625 Pimlico lm60y 1:49? livy 6-5 113 9 8 7 6 

74381 Pimlico 1 1:41? fast 7 114 3 3 3 3 

74219 Benning 1 1:44? mud 1 110 4 5 5 5 

ZAL, ch. c, 4, by First Mate — Emerald (W. Gerst) 
74791 Belnioiit 1 1:40? hvy 2.t im; 3 111 

74684 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:49 hvy 3? 106 3 1 1 1 

74641 Jamaica 1 1 16 1:47? good 1 106 3 1 1 1 

74575 Jamaica 3-4 1:13? fast 4 109 1 1 1 



Weight today 100. 



KEATOB, b. g, 6, by Charazus — Generino (F. £. Brown) 

74809 Belmont 1 1 :41 slop 5 106 8 S 7 6 6- 5« 

746S4 Jama lea 1116 1:49 hvy 7 1o6 4 5 5 5 3* 3-' 

74660 Jamaica 3-41:16 mud 10 111 4 4 4 36 3= 

74426 Aqueduct 6* f 1:26 fast 4 112 4 5 5 5 5' 



E. Brown). Weight today 104. 

1 6 6- 5’* T Burns Itelhvellier. Cliantilly, Nick Stoner. 

5 5 3* 3''t G Burns Monfort, Zal. Killiecrankie. 

4 4 36 C H Shirg.Metlieiio. S.TmIdington, Triumph. 

5 5 5 5'® G Burns Sadler. Frank Lord, (tliert. 

1. Fleischmann). Weight today 100. 

4 7 7' 7“i H MeC’thy Brunt. Chantilly. Saylor. 

7 7 7= 7'‘”l S Flynn Zal. Master of t^raft. B. Stafford. 

5 4 4* 6®J Mnsgrave S’.H. Harris, Zal. Master of (’raft. 

2 2 26 i«" K’brother Bashaway, Chief Hayes, Keator. 



GREENO, h. c, 4. by Greenan — Tongese (C. R. Fleischmann). Weight today 100. 

74752 .lamaica 1 1-16 1 :47g fast 25 in*i 4 4 4 7 7® 7»i B Me(’’thy Bruid (’bantMly Saylor - h 
74451 Aqueduct 11:41 fast 8 in!* 8 7 7 7 7= 7n S Flynn Zal. Master of Craft. B. Stafford. 

74.397 3qiiedu«t 1 1:40? fast 4 105 5 5 5 4 4i 6®J Mnsgrave S'.H. Harris, Zal. Master of (Vaft. 

74292 A«iue<luct 7 8 1:29 fast 7-5 ins 2 2 2 2 26 1* F’bndher Bashaway, Chief Hayes, Keator. 

ROCKSTONE, h. g, 4. by Rockton — Lady Primrose (F. H. Milden). Weiht today 92, 

7I7"6 lai.iaiea 5* f 1 'H’.l fast 15 105 1 4 3 36 3= E I.yneh Big Ben. Incognito. Jane Swift. 

7461S Jamaira 1 D 16 1:47? fast 10 97 5 1 1 2 6® 7=" D Mc<"thySavbn. Tr.ii.blm^^ H. Harris. 

7457. lamaici 3 4 113? fast 8 106 4 3 4 4' 4"'M> MeC’lliyZal. Frizette, Blackshcep. 

74175 Aqueduct 7-S 1:27? fast 6 110 1 3 3 2 3i 4" .<haw Halket, B. ikeley, .Mazimia. 

MISS DELANEY, h. f. 3, by Plaudit- Laodico (B. E. Watkins). Weight today 84. 

74711 .lamaica 51 f 1 :0s? go.«l 15 I'd 4 5 4 46 4«i D MeC’thyIda B (ir.mgna >lazniiia. 

746:i9 Jamaica 3-4 1 : 14? good 30 99 7 9 9 8= 5'“ Belaby Grimaldi Jane Swift .Sandal. 

74'41 F Grounds 3-4 1:1:’.* fast 25 93 7 9 9 8* S« C Henry 1 aildo, Bertha L., Birdslayer. 



SAMUEL H. HARRIS, b. h. 6, by Fir Walter — Lindula (P. H. Snllivan). Weight 

74708 Jamaica 1 1-16 1 : 19? go,«l 15 105 7 6 6 7 6= 5'1 Bnissel Troiibtenniker S T.Mldiiig 

746.59 Jamaica 1 1-16 1 :5I* mud 4 1"5 1 5 5 6 4® 4'i Bru.ssei Zethiis, Briild. ( hantilly. 



pHi 2 4 3 2 2= 2' ’.Notter .\rasee, .Maiida. OlxTl. 

1 1 1 1 D 1-’ E Bogan Zienap. Liglit Wool, Killiecrankie. 

oil 5 3 3 3' 4'® l.ang Sadler, Frank Lord, Obert. 

-Reginclla (H. L. Lee). Weight today 87. 



74618 lamaica 1 1-16 1 :47? fa.st 4 ]02 1 4 4 4 3= 3'"’.Bnissel Saylor. Troublemaker, L.ofLangdcn. 

74397 Aqueduct 1 l:4o(j fast 12 109 S 8 8 9 61 I'i Brussel Zal, Master of Craft, Donna. 

CA8TLEW00D. ch. c. 3, by Elkhorn — Lindemero (J. L. McOinnii). Weight today 94. 

74~t4 lamaica 1116 147 fast 10 102 3 4 4 5 5 4"1G Biiriis Hessian. Superman. MarkAntoiiy II. 

74642 Jamaica 1 1-16 1 : 48? good 4-5 I'Hi 2 4 3 2 2= 2' .Notter Arasce, .\laiida (da rt 

74600 Jamaica 1 1-16 1 :47* fast 2 9;t 1 1 1 1 D 1’ E Bogan Zienap. Light \\o.>l, Kllliecrankl^^^ 

74426 Aqueduct 6ifl:26 fast 7 99 5 3 3 3 ' 4'® Lang Sadler, Irank Lord, Obert. 

COMPLETE, ch. f, 3, hy Compute — Reginclla (H. L. Lee). Weight today 87. 

74787 Belmont 1 1 4 1 bvv 31 110 2 4 3 3 4 3«J McCahey Zienap. Royal Lady. Beckon. 

74549 Jamaica 1116 1:.51 slow 6’ :»i 2 11 1 16 2® B McC’thyAIauda. Good Luck, B’.Ukle. 

74500 lamaica 1'1-16 1 48 fa.st .50 87 8 4 3 4 3 ' 4* Jensen Pretension, Saylor. Briiid. 

7437.3 Aqueduct 3-4 1:14* fast 50 94 1 1 3 6 ' 7* E Dugan JaneSwift, BadNews, M.Aniony H. 

TOMMY WADDELL, b. g, 6. by Magian — Frantlo (M. Clancy). Weight today 103. 

71817 Aqueduct 1 1-16 1:48 fast 8 II® 1 3 4 6 6 4® R McDan’IWelbonrne. Cressina, Numt^r One 

7183.5 Aqueduct 11:40 goods 93 7 9 9 9 9 9=® G Swain .Spooner, Grelna Green. Bedouin. 

71780 Aqueduet 1 5 16 2:15* slow 12 6 104 4 2 4 4 3‘ 3=J B Dugan U. Royal, P.audNeedles, Estimate. 

LORD STANHOPE, h. g, 4. hy Stanhop* II.— Loreto (C. F. CnaTk)i Weight today 101. 

Belmont 11^ 107 2 4 4 3 3J 4’J Nnlter BeMwetber Cbaidill.v. Nick Stoner. 

74641 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:47? g-v.d 15 105 1 5 4 4 4'® 3®i Notter Monfort. Zal Royal Lady. 

74574 lamaica 1 116 1 48? fast 60 ln.3 4 4 4 4 4® 4" Henry Saylor. Troublemaker, B. Stafford. 

73145 F Or’nds 1 1-8 2:01? hvy 10 95 7 6 5 8 8® 6» C Henry Saiiie.saw, Adesso. Paul. 



Monfort. Zal, Royal Lady. 

Saylor. Troublemaker, B. Stafford. 
S'aiiie.saw, Adesso. Paul. 

Weight today 91. 



OBERT, h. c, 3, hy Albert — Bonnie Ola (J. J. Dacey). Weight today 91. 

7461’ Jamaica 1 1 16 1-483 good 8 ]06 4 2 2 3 4 4'® C II Slill gAraseo. ( aslIewoiMl. Alainbi. 

74473 Aqueduct V 2 3 3= 2? E Ibigau .lane Swift, Bolando, Winm^ 

744-26 Aqueduct 64 f 1:26 fa.st 12 94 2 4 4 4® 3®iloike Sadler, I- rank Ix>rd, (.astlewiXMl. 



ORCAGNA, ch. c, 3, hy Ornament — Lucasta (J. A. Bennet). 

74752 Jamaica 1 1-16 1 :17? fast 9 S4 3 2 2 2 2' 4®i .leiisen 

74711 Jaiiiau-a 5J f 1 :"8? go. «1 6 lo6 2 3 3 3® 2'i Miisgiave 

744U1 Aqui'duct 3-4 1:11* fast -25 '."i H 6 i 8- < i .lensen 

74336 Aqueduct 1 1:42* fast 6 84 5 1 1 1 li 4-i Jensen 



Weight today 83. 
Briiid. Cliantilly. S.-iylor. 

Ida B.. Maziiina. Miss in-Ianey. 
Blaekslieep. Hareoiirt, Ilekuow-s. 
Iiigliam, Aucassin, Smoker. 



NOTES OF THE TURF. 

Artliiir Bin-h, the Englisli steeplei-liase jix-key 
wliose buck was lirokeii in a fall from Black Ivory 
a .year ago last Beceniber, i.s still alive. He is in 
w-ondei-fiil spirits, t bough quite helpless, in-iiig par 
alvzed from the w-aist down. He is «-heerfiil in liis 
Iiiiiilesl home, where his faillifiil wife gives him lier 
eonstant attention. He lias four eliildreii, anil is 
allowial 85 a week by Mr. Cohn, the owner of Black 
Ivoi-y. 

The horses owin-d by Irving H. Wliealcroft. jiresi- 
dent and geiieial manager of the Keiitneky Valley 
Kallroad Ciuiipaiiy and wbii-li are now racing :it 
Louisville iiinler the name of H. Clark A Co., will 
Ik- taken to Seattle at the close of tin- Chiireliill 
Downs meeting. In future tin- stable will Ik- known 
as the St. James Stalile, rew-iving its name from 
St. Janies Island. Victoria, British Columbia, the 
home of Mr. Wheateroft. 



$ 1.00 A T 

Daily OJrrjV-llALl Weekly 

W. X^HERWOOD, 

SUITE 29. 71 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 
Phone, Central 6208. 

Yesterday’s oue best bet: 

HYPERION II. . . . Scratched 

Thursday— TILEING 2-1 WON 

Wednesday — MONTAUK 

Tuesday— TRANCE WON 

Monday— PRECEPTOR . WON 

All av<-rage of over HO iM-r ei-nt. Winning om*- 
liorse-a-ilay Si»eeials since March 2nd. llion- 
sauils of dollars made by playing ni.v one lu-st 
iH-t a day In eonnei tion with system that is 
fre«- to each sul»serilK-r. 



TODAY IS THE DAY OUR 
$2.00 SPECIAL GOES. 

Must win or neat one Free. 

TERMS: 

Six Two-horse Daily Wires, $5.00. 
Dally . . . . $1.00. 

WEBER & CO.. 

6 03, 112 SOUTH CLARK STREET. CHICA(H). 

The standard Turf Guide. 

BOOM 212, 59 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO. 

Saturday’* Form Special: Ang-Plum-26-78-5-9-71- 
S840- (use book 53). 

NEW BOOK ON BALE NOW. 
Yesterday’s Daily Wire save one loser and one 
•cratch. 



The Saratoga 
Association 

FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF ■ 

THE BREED O^ HORSES. W 



FRANCIS K. HITCHCOCK President. 

HARRY PAYNE WHITNEY Vice-President. 

ANDREW MILLER .... Secretary and Treasurer. 



OFFICE: The Windsor Arcade, Forty-sixth Street and Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

RACE COURSE: SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK. 

s tXk e s 



]ns 9 7 9 in 8® 6“i »- l\i"-rner Tronlileinaker. S.TiHbliiigton, Briiid 

113 9 8 7 6 2'i 2' K Walsh G<m-s Fast, Little Lighter, Brfauo. 

114 3 3 3 3 3 ’ 3®i Lieberl .Martin Boyle. Giles. 

110 4 5 5 5 3® l®i Shaw B’Arkle, Killiecrankie, Holscher. 

irald (W. Gerst). Weight today 104. 

im; 3 11 1 11 ’2® «' H Sliil'gTileing, Park Row. Tri>iibleniak(-r. 

1(16 3 1 1 1 1* 2"6 Mii.sgrave Monfort, Keator. Killiecrankie. 

106 3 1 1 1 16 2® C H SIiil’gMonfort, I.ord Stanhope. RoyalLady 

pi-j 1 1 1 li 16 O H Shil’gFrizetle, Blacksheep, Roekstone. 

derdin (J. A. Wernberg). Weight today 104. 



TO BE RUN AT THE 



SUMMER MEETING, 1908 

To Close on Monday, May 18th, 1908. 



THE RFI.ES OF RA<’I.N«:. and tmliseqnent amendnieiit > thereto, adopted by Tlie Jockey Club, govern 
all raees run imiler the anspiivs of The Saratoga .\ssiK-iation. 

Entries to either or all of the lai-es advertised in this publication, will Ik- received only with the 
iinib-rstanding. and <>n the ag'-eeiiiepi of tin- siiliseritH-r. that tlie provisions of Racing Kiiles 41i and 43 
(hereto jiiipended • form a part of jiinl govern the eoiilraet: 

“Rule 42. Every iierson :-iib.-i ribing to a swiH-pstakes. or entering a horse hi a raee to lie run miib-r 
lln-sc rules, aceepts the ilec-isioii ,.i" ttie Stewards on any question relating to a raee. or to racing. 

“Bnb- 4.",. .\t the disereli'Mi of the Steuards of The .liK-key <-|iib. or of the Stewards, and without 

iiotiee, the entries of any imtsihi. or tl.i- transfer of any etilr.v. may Ik- refused.” 

NOTE — In case of adverse legislation. The Saratoga Association reserves the right to declare off any 
or all of these stakes. 



Weight today 98. 
r<Mldiiigton, Druid 



FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. 

THE GREAT REPUBLIC WITH $10,000 ADDED. 

For Three-Year-Olds and Upward. — By siibseriii- 

lion of $' 2 (ki eaeli. $.5U forfeit, with $lu.iHWi added, 
of w-liieh $2.(KKI to Hie si-i-oml, and $I,(nmi to tin- 
lliird. Winiu-rs of a rai-e of tin- value of $lo.u(8t hi 
IPOS when carrying w-i-iglit for age to earry 3 lbs. 
• -\ti-a. Noii-winni-rs of $I(i.(hiii in p.Mis, not having 
won jlC.iXMi in P.KiT. allow-ed .5 lbs. .Non winners of 
$.5.<M».i in P.U17 or U*os. allowed lu lbs. Non winners 
of $:!..->uii at any time or two races of $2.ihh» in i;*ii7, 
allowed 15 lbs. One Mile and a Quarter. 

THE SARATOGA HANDICAP OF $10,000. 

For Three-Ycar-Olds and Upward. — By subsi-rl|i- 

tiiiii of $2"C eai b. half forfeit. To the winner 

$S,.-^.<8l. to tlie si-i-oiid $1.<HMl. and to tlie thiiil $.5 (hi. 
Weights to tie iiniiomn-ed ten days In-fore tin- rai-e. 

Winni-i-s of a raee of Hie valin- of $4 ,<mhi after the 

aiiuouncemi-nt of tin- weights to i-ariy fi Itis. e.\tra. 

One Mile and a Quarter, 

THE SARATOGA CUP OF $7,500, 

For Three-Year-Olds and Upward. B.v siihsi-rlp 

tion of $2«Ht each, half foifi-il. To the winiiei- 

$t;.u<Nl and a eiip of Hie value of $2.5U. to the second 
$1,0HU, and to the third $.5 <m». Weight for age. 

One Mile and Six Furlongs. 



to 1m- stall'd tliroiigli the entry box l».v the hour of 
closing entries on the day preceding Hie race. 

One Mile and a Furlong. 

EDR TWD-YEAR-DLDS. 

THE SARATOGA SPECIAL. 

For Two-Year-Olds.- By subscription of $1,000 
eacli. half forfeit. piece of Gold Plate of the 

vahn- of $2..5<K> to he added hy Hie .\ssoi-iation. Siib- 
scritiers to name three horses by June 15, and only 
oiie starter to be named for each suliscription. 

Six Furlongs. 

THE ADIRONDACK OF $5,000. A HANDICAP. 

For Two-Year-Olds. - -By snbsi-ription of $UH» each, 
half forfeit. To the winner $I.C(MI. to the secontl 
$7"*>, and to Hie third $.-’,(m>. Weights- to be au- 
noniiced three days before the race. Winners after 
the announcement of the weights to carry 5 lbs. 
extra. Six Furlongs. 



THE ALBANY. A HANDICAP 
For Two- Year-Olds. By subscription of $2.5 each, 
.fio forfeit; with $2.f“8l added, of which to 

tin- second and $2 ihi to the third. Weights to he 
annonni-i-d Hiri-e days tn-fore the race. Winners 
after the announcement of the weights to carry .» 
Ills, extra. Six Furlongs, 



THE MERCHANTS’ AND CITIZENS’ OF $3,000. THE KENTUCKY. I OR FILLIES. SELLING. 

. MT»rf-aT> Two-Ycar-Olds. By siihserlidion of $25 each. 

A HANUlVAl-. rorfi'ii: with $l..5(iO added, of whbh $2.V» to the 

For Throe- Year-Olds and Upward.— By siibseriii- second and $1.50 to thi- third. The winner to h<' mdd 
Hon of $75 eaeli. .$25 forfeit. To the whiner $2. l(6>. at auction for $l.(8Hi. if for less. I Ih. allowed 
to tin- SCI- I $t(Hi. mill III the third $200. Weights for each $|00 down to $1..'>00. Selling |irli-e to he 



:uinonnc('d Hin 



days iK-fiire Hie raee. 



steiti'd Hirniigh the entry liox hy the hour of closing 



ni-rs after the annouiii'i-ni.'-nl of the weights to earry entries on the day preceding the race. 



5 Ills, extra. 



One Mile and Three-Sixteenths. 



AL. FOREMAN 

wishes to call the attention of all his western elh-nts 
to yesterday's adverlisenieiit. Tin- Ikm-sc seheduli-d 
to start .vi'steniay, opening day, Belmont Park, will 
not go until 

TUESDAY. MAY I9tli. 

Wo expect next Tin-silay the tielil will he larger 
and we may even get 15-1 for our money. 

1 hold the rei-onl for the longest eonsei-iilive run 
of winning “Bail.v Bne ISest Bets.” eighteen in 
niinilM-r, which caused all my seli-ctions to ho lini- 
ited in imIiIs, anil I wish all my western friends 
to fake advantage of this horse starting Tiie.sday, 
which will lie my first horse advised this season. 

Last year, under the same- conditions, the first 
horse I wired, 

GLORIFIER. 12-1, WON. 

and I have never lieeu more sanguine in my life 
than as to the oiiteonie of the raee next Tuesday. 

1 Gl'.VK.WTEE this horse must win at oihls <if 
lO-I or lietter, <ir you are entitled to m.v famous 
One-Horse Wire fur week entirely free. This same 
wire during the season netted $3,800 clear on a $20 
bet. 

Terms: FIVE DOLLARS. 

Remit by telegraph, special deliver.v or registered 
letter. If received in time Monday night, same will 
be sent as night message, thus reaching yon early 
Tuesday nioriiing. or if received up to Tuesday 
morning the name of the horse will reach you as 
soon as remitlanee is received. ' . 

SPECIAL NOTICE. — Anyone liaviug snbserlbed to 
last Wednesday’s will receive Tuesday’s wire, or any 
of my friends desiring their subscription returned 
may have same on request. 

SUBSCRIBE TODAY. 

Address all remittances, 

AL. FOREMAN, 2 StuyvesBiit St, New York City. 



WOOD & CO. 

ROOM 312 - 59 DEARBORN ST - CHICAGO 



Turf Ratings’ Best Bets: New York, Deei 93; 

Oakland, Dais 34 (use new Ratings No. lio). 

Turf Reporter’s Speeial: Right-Out-7-35-28-27-33- 

13-24-56-34-32 (use code iu book No. 180). 

OCCASIONAL TOOAY 

(AT OAKLAND) 

Price, $2.00, and guaranteed to run 1 — 2, or 
money back. 

Friday’s Turf Ratings’ Best Beta were: 

Col. Jack 10-1 Won Sir Angus 8-1 Lost 

Yesterday's Daily Wire was scratched. 

NATIONAL RACING REVIBW 

Boom 37, 71 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 

Today’s Special: Dakota, Money, Modest, CanaQr. 

I $1.00 per month. 25 cents per copy. 

1 One-horse Wire. NATIVE BON S-fi Snd 



THE CHAMPLAIN OF $3,000. A HANDICAP. 

For Three-Ycar-Olds ajid Upward. - By siibsei ip- 
liiMi Ilf $75 each. $2.5 forfeit. To Hie winner $2. |ihi, 
III Hie sei-ond $l<Ki. miil to Hie Hiiril $2 »ki. Wei-giits 
III In- amioiiiieed three days iM-fnre the raiv. Win- 
m-rs after the announcement of the welglits to <-:irry 
5 Ills, extra. One Mile and a Furlong. 

THE DELAWABE. A HANDICAP. 

For Three-Ycar-Olds and Upward. — By siibserlp- 
tiiiii of $25 each. $10 fnrfeit: with $1,.500 adileil. of 
which $2.50 111 till- si'ciinil and $l.5(> to Hie tliird. 
Weights to be annoiuici-d three days hefure the 
race. Winners after the aiiuouiicemeiit of the 
weights to carry 5 Ihs. extra. One Mile. 

THE AMSTEBDAM. SELLING. 

For Three-Ycar-Olds and Upward. - By siiliserlp- 
timi of $25 eacli. $10 forfeit; with $1.5(Hi aililcil. of 
which $2.'iO to the second and $l'ai to Hie third. 

The winner t«> Ik- sold at iiui-liini for $l.oiio. If for 
$::.o0o, allowed 7 llis. ; Hn-ii 1 lb. alloweit for eaeli 
$I(Hi down to $1..51Hi. Selling priee to he stated 

lliroiigh the i-ntry-liiix hy the hour of closing entries 
on the day preceding the race. One Mile. 

THE CATSKILL. SELLING. 

For Three-Ycar-Olds and Upward. — By subscrip- 
tion of $2.5 each, $10 forfeit; with $1..500 added, of 
which $2.50 to the st-eond and .$150 to the tliiid. The 
winner to Ik- sold at auction for $l,0iiii. If for 

$::.o00. allowed 7 lbs.; then 1 Ib. allowi-ii for eaeli 
$KK) down to $1.0'K>. helling priee to lie stated 

through the entry-box by the hour of elosing on the 
day preceding the race. Seven Furlongs. 

FDR THREE-YEAR-DLDS. 

THE SABANAC OF $5,000. A HANDICAP. 

For Throe- Year- Olds. — By siihscriptioii of $1oO 
each, half forfeit. To the winner $4.0(K). to the 
second $700. and to the third $.‘!o(). Weights to Ik- 
annouiii-e<l three days liefore the race. Winners after 
the announcement of the weights to carry 5 lbs. 
(.xtra. One Mile and a Furlong. 

THE HUBON. A HANDICAP. 

For Three-Year-Olds. — B.v snbseription of $2.5 eai-li, 
$lo forfeit; with $2,000 added, of wliicb $;UK» to Hie 
second and $2(H) to Hie third. Weights to Ik- aii- 
noiineed tlire«* days liefore the race. Winners after 
the announcement of tin- weights to carry 5 Ihs. 
extra. One Mile and Three Sixteenths. 

THE SENECA. SELLING. 

For Thrce-Year-Olds. — By snbseription of $25 each. 
$10 forfeit; with $l,50o added, of wliieli $2.5.1 to the 
second and $1.50 to the third. The winner to he 
sold at auetioii for $4.00(». If for less, 1 lb. allowed 
for each $1(10 down to $1,000. .Selling price to b*- 
stated through the entr.v-box by the hour of closing 
entries on the day preceding the race. Six Furlongs. 

THE MOHAWK. SELLING. 

For Three-Year-Olds. — By subscription of $25 each. 
$10 forfeit; with $1,500 added, of which $2.5.» to the 
second and $1.50 to the third. The winner to lie 
sold at auction for $5,000. If for less. 1 Ih. al- 
lowed for each $200 down to $3,000; then 1 lb. al- 
lowed for each $100 down to $1,000. Selling price 



Five and a Half Furlongs. 

THE TROY. SELLING. 

For Two-Ycar-Olds. By siitisi-ript hm of $2.5 each, 
$lo forfeit : willi $l,.5(iO added, of which $2.50 to the 
.-lei-iuiil and $1.50 to the third. The winm-r to tie 
siild at aui'liiiii for $l,ooO. If for $3,000. allowed 7 
lbs.: then 1 III. alliiwi'il for each $1(H> down to 
$1,000. Selling priee to Ik- staled tliriiiigh the entry- 
Ikix liy the hour of closing entries <iii the day pre- 
ceding the race. Five and a Half Furlongs. 



STEEPLECHASE STAKES. 

THE Ul’LES OF K.VCING, and siibsi-qui-nt 
aini-niliiii-iits lliereto. adopled li.v The National 
Steepleeliase ■ and Hunt Assoi-iatlon, govern all 
Stei'pli'i-liasi-s rmi under the ausiuces of The Sara- 
toga As.siK-iatiiin. 

NOTE. — In case of adverse legislation. The Sara- 
toga Association reserves the right to declare off 
any or all of these stakes. 

THE SARATOGA STEEPLECHASE. 

WITH $5,000 ADDED. 

For Four-Year-Olds and Upward. B.v subscription 
of $1U(( each, half forfeit; with $5,000 added, of 
whieli $750 to the second and $2.50 to the third. 
Weights: Four-year-olds to carry 145 lbs.; fire- 

year-olds, Its lbs.; six and upward, 1.50 Ihs. Win- 
ners of steeplechases aiiKiiinting in the aggregate to 
$l,.5(Mt. to earry 3 lbs. extra; to $::.0(M), .5 lbs. extra; 
to $1,000, 7 Ills, extra, ami to $5,000. 10 llis extra. 
Maidens allowed 5 llis. Horses which have never 
started allowed 10 (louuils. About Two Milos. 

THE SHILLELAH STEEPLECHASE. 

For Four-Year-Olds and Upward. -Ity sutisi-ripHon 
of $.50 each, half forfeit; with $2.<HK> and plate to 
the value of $.500 aibieiL The winner to receivn 
$1,400 of the added money, $.500 in plate and all 
starting fees and Hirfcils. the second $400 and the 
third $200. Weights: Fonr-y<'ar-olds to carry 14.5 

Ills.; five-yea r-ohls. 1.50 Itis. : six and upward, 153 
Itis. I’enalties: Winners iu 1!*07 or 1908 of a 

steepleeliase of the value of $1.(610 to carry 4 itis. 
I'xlra; of two of $1.<66) or one of $2,<M»0, 7 lbs. ex- 
tra: of one of $.3, (66), 10 Ihs. extra; and one of 
$.5,000, 12 Ihs. extra. Allowaiiix-s: Non-winners in 

1007 or BKIS of a steeplechase of the value of $6.50, 
allowed 5 llis.; of the value of $.300. allowed 10 
ills.; niaideiis allnwed 5 Ills.; mares allowed 5 lbs., 
and geldings alkiweil 3 lbs.; but no burse shall 
carry less than 130 llis. 

About Two Miles and a Half. 



THE BEVERWYCK. A STEEPLECHASE HANDI- 
CAP WITH $2,500 ADbED. 

For Four-Ycar-Olds and Upward. — B.v subscription 
of $.50 each, Iwilf forfeit; with $2..500 added, of 
which $;L50 to the second and $150 to the third. 
Weights to be announced five days before the race. 
Winners after the announcement of the weights to 
carry 5 lbs. extra. About Two Miles and a Half. 

THE NOBTH AMERICAN STEEPLECHASE. 

For Four-Year-Olda and Upward. — By subscription 
of $50 each, half forfeit: with $2,500 and plate of 
the value of $.500 added. The winner to receive 
$1,800 of the added money. $500 In plate and all 
starting fees and forfeits; the- second $.500 and the 
third $200. Weight for age. About Thm Miles. 



Andrew Miller : : : Secretary